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Assisted Living in Florida

According to our records, Florida has at least 5,391 senior care providers, which include 3,068 assisted living communities. With costs of assisted living communities in Florida typically ranging from $850 to $7,920 per month, the median yearly cost runs around $36,000. The monthly national median cost is approximately $3,500.

The The Villages metropolitan area has the highest assisted living costs in the state of Florida, with annual costs of approximately $54,000 and ranging from $4,275 per month up to $5,725 per month. The lowest assisted living costs in the state are in and around the Sebring area. Here, they range from $2,625 to $3,300 per month, with a median annual expense of around $32,400.

Florida has an excellent SeniorScore™ of 75. It has a combined population of about 18,801,226, which makes it the fourth largest state in the US. Within this population, approximately 32% are 55 years of age or older. The average life expectancy is approximately 79.4 years of age.

The average household income in Florida is $66,706, with a median income of about $50,327, and per capita wages of about $26,790 per year. The general cost of living in the state is average. It currently has an unemployment rate of around 10.36%.

Florida generally has a warmer climate, with average temperatures around 71.7 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is approximately 61.3 and the high temperature averages 81.1 degrees.

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