Next Avenue: These cities might be favorable for older entrepreneurs—others, not so much

This article is reprinted by permission from NextAvenue.org.

There’s something compelling about a “Best Places” list that’s tough to resist. And as someone who often writes about entrepreneurship, I was doubly intrigued by the new LendingTree ranking: The Best Cities for Baby Boomer Entrepreneurs, which compared the 50 biggest U.S. metropolitan statistical areas.

I must admit, though, the findings were a little surprising to me, since I wouldn’t have considered some of them hotbeds for boomer business launches. I’ll tell you which places scored best momentarily, but here’s a hint: after learning about them, you may find yourself humming “California Dreamin’” by The Mamas & The Papas.

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