A generation ago, retirement was more defined. You had a last day of work, collected your gold watch and headed for a planned community in Florida or Arizona. But the baby boomer generation is heading into a much different kind of retirement. Modern technology has made it easier to move to another country and still keep up with friends and relatives in the United States. But today’s retirement is as likely to include continued work as it is golf, and that’s affecting the choices people make about where to live. For the full story on this topic, visit our sister site, Living on the Cheap.