This Is the Average Retirement Age in Your State, According to Data

See when most people in your state give up the daily grind once and for all.

While the official retirement age in the United States is 67—when Social Security kicks in—people are retiring earlier than that in all 50 states, according to a new study from financial site GoBankingRates. The study, which used data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and several other reputable sources, determined that it takes at least $1 million to retire comfortably in 49 states, while in Hawaii, a comfortable retirement requires approximately $2 million in the bank. With that in mind, read on to discover if you're on track to enter your golden years around the average retirement age in your state.

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1
Alabama

birmingham, alabama, roads, city background, greenery
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Average age of retirement: 62

2
Alaska

cityscape photo of mountains, buildings, and a river in Anchorage, Alaska
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Average age of retirement: 61

3
Arizona

An aerial shot of skyscrapers that make up the skyline of Phoenix, Arizona
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Average age of retirement: 63

4
Arkansas

Overlook of the town of Fayetteville, Arkansas with the University of Arkansas
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Average age of retirement: 62

5
California

bixby bridge, sunset, california
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Average age of retirement: 64

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6
Colorado

landscape photo of Cottonwood Pass, Colorado in the afternoon
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Average age of retirement: 65

7
Connecticut

Old Greenwich, Connecticut
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Average age of retirement: 65

8
Delaware

the Christina River and Brandywine Creek in downtown Wilmington, Delaware
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Average age of retirement: 63

9
Florida

Florida Keys
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Average age of retirement: 64

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10
Georgia

historic district, savannah, Georgia, skyline
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Average age of retirement: 63

11
Hawaii

cityscape view of Waikiki, Hawaii at sunrise
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Average age of retirement: 66

12
Idaho

cityscape photo of downtown Bosie, Idaho
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Average age of retirement: 64

13
Illinois

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Average age of retirement: 64

14
Indiana

Landscape photo of Brown County State Park, Indiana
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Average age of retirement: 63

15
Iowa

Marion, Iowa
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Average age of retirement: 65

16
Kansas

field of wheat in central Kansas is nearly ready for harvest.
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Average age of retirement: 65

17
Kentucky

Kentucky
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Average age of retirement: 62

18
Louisiana

boat docked in the channel next to tress in New Orleans, Louisiana
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Average age of retirement: 62

19
Maine

Aerial view of Bar Harbor Maine
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Average age of retirement: 63

20
Maryland

chesapeake bay in annapolis maryland
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Average age of retirement: 65

21
Massachusetts

Autumn fog in the village of Tyringham in the Berkshires region of Massachusetts
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Average age of retirement: 66

22
Michigan

Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan
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Average age of retirement: 62

23
Minnesota

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Average age of retirement: 65

24
Mississippi

Madison, Mississippi
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Average age of retirement: 63

25
Missouri

cityscape photo of the historic columns and downtown Columbia, Missouri
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Average age of retirement: 63

26
Montana

View from mountain in montana
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Average age of retirement: 64

27
Nebraska

Nebraska
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Average age of retirement: 65

28
Nevada

hotels and casinos in las vegas, nevada
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Average age of retirement: 63

29
New Hampshire

a townhouse next to trees, a lake, and canoes in Grafton County, New Hampshire
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Average age of retirement: 65

30
New Jersey

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Average age of retirement: 65

31
New Mexico

Taos, New Mexico
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Average age of retirement: 62

32
New York

Exterior of brick building in the historical centre in Saratoga NY.
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Average age of retirement: 64

33
North Carolina

north carolina, outerbanks, lighthouse
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Average age of retirement: 63

34
North Dakota

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Average age of retirement: 65

35
Ohio

Riverscape Park in Dayton, Ohio in autumn
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Average age of retirement: 63

36
Oklahoma

Oklahoma
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Average age of retirement: 62

37
Oregon

Portland, Oregon
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Average age of retirement:63

38
Pennsylvania

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
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Average age of retirement: 64

39
Rhode Island

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Average age of retirement: 65

40
South Carolina

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Average age of retirement: 63

41
South Dakota

rapid city, south dakota
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Average age of retirement: 66

42
Tennessee

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Average age of retirement: 64

43
Texas

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Average age of retirement: 65

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44
Utah

main street park city utah with beautiful mountain view
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Average age of retirement: 65

45
Vermont

red farmhouses, orange trees, and rural land in Reading, Vermont at sunrise
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Average age of retirement: 65

46
Virginia

landscape photo of Buchanan, Virginia
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Average age of retirement: 65

47
Washington

the Columbia River Renaissance Trail and house in Vancouver, Washington
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Average age of retirement: 64

48
West Virginia

high street harpers ferry west virginia
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Average age of retirement: 61

49
Wisconsin

Wisconsin
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Average age of retirement: 64

50
Wyoming

Panoramic aerial view of Jackson Hole homes and beautiful mountains on a summer morning, Wyoming.
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Average age of retirement: 64

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