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September 15, 2017

Are you planning to work in retirement? You’d be in good company: Surveys indicate that more than a quarter of workers plan to take on some form of paid employment after they call it quits in their main job. And doing so is good for both your health and your wallet. If you plan on relocating in later life, weigh job prospects among other factors. Here are the 25 cities with the most jobs now. Just remember to have a Plan B if your retirement plan depends on earning income well into later life, since caregiving responsibilities and health concerns can sometimes interfere with that goal.

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Elizabeth O'Brien is a senior writer at MONEY, covering retirement and health care. You can email her at elizabeth.o'brien@moneymail.com and follow her on Twitter at @elizobrien.

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