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Assisted Living in Georgia

Georgia contains 1,066 assisted living communities, with 1,678 total senior housing providers serving the state. Costs of assisted living communities in Georgia generally range from $850 to $7,950 per month, with median costs running around $30,000 annually. The monthly national median cost is about $3,500.

The metropolitan area of Savannah generally has the highest assisted living costs in the state of Georgia, with prices ranging between $2,800 per month and $4,900 per month and an average annual cost of approximately $48,600. The lowest assisted living costs in the state are in and around the Warner Robins area. Here, they range between $1,800 and $3,550 per month, with an average annual cost of about $24,270.

Georgia has a good SeniorScore™ of 72. As reported by the latest census data, it contains a total population of about 9,687,711, which makes it the ninth largest state in the country. Within this populace, about 25% are seniors. The average life expectancy is about 77.2 years of age.

The average per capita income in Georgia is about $25,442, with a mean income per household of $67,114, and a median income of around $52,318. The state has currently has an unemployment rate of approximately 9.84% and a low general cost of living.

With average temperatures ranging from 50 to 73.4 degrees Fahrenheit, Georgia typically has a warmer climate. The average temperature throughout the year is approximately 62.3 degrees.

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