Where's the best place to grow old? Countries around the world ranked

8. The United States came second in the employment and education rank but fell down in other categories - particularly income. (Photo by Matt McClain/ The Washington Post via Getty Images)

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A report of 91 countries ranks the best and worst places to grow old. Data from the Global AgeWatch Index was collected in four categories - income security, health, employment/education and environment - to help highlight what older people experience in countries around the world. Find out which country came out on top.

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