TX Has One of the Top 2 Best Places to Live in the Entire U.S.
“Sandwich Generation”: adults with at least one living parent age 65+ and who are either raising a child younger than 18 or providing financial support to a grown child age 18 or older.
THE SANDWICH GENERATION CHALLENGES
Right now those who fall into the sandwich generation are stressed, there's no going around it; certain challenges come with those responsibilities. Healthcare, quality education, and finances; are all things to consider when choosing where you live.
RANKING THE COUNTRY
Luckily, Texas is the place to be when it comes to choosing where to live. Fortune analyzed nearly 2,000 cities and towns across the U.S. and ranked them based on resources like:
• Aging resources
• General wellness
• Financial health
TEXAS CITIES LANDS ON THE LIST
Texas landed not once, but twice on the list. Coming in at # 2 is Wylie, TX
This Dallas suburb is full of surprising amenities. With a vibrant and historical downtown, "A" rated school, and a major selection of living options for the elderly, this small town has the ideal community.
Sugar Land, TX also made the list, coming in at #17. The "Sweetest City in Texas” has much to offer. Quality schools, exciting things to do around town, and multiple five-star assisted-living facilities are just a few reasons the sandwich generation finds this city appealing.
There are plenty of reasons to move to Texas. Sure we have great schools, quality living options for the elderly, and a variety of fun events to attend. However, the most obvious reason would be our food.
Check out 10 of the most delicious food stops in Texas that have been featured on the Food Network Channel.