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Assisted Living in Maryland

Our records show that the state of Maryland has at least 1,703 senior care providers, including 1,281 assisted living communities. According to data published by Medicare, the average cost of assisted living facilities in Maryland is $40,800 per year, with costs ranging from $900 to $8,800 monthly. The nationwide average cost for all 50 states is around $3,500 per month.

The Salisbury metro area generally has the highest assisted living expenses in Maryland, with prices ranging from $2,850 per month up to $8,175 per month and a median yearly cost of about $61,230. The lowest assisted living costs in Maryland are in the Cumberland area, where they range between $2,958 and $5,450 per month. Here, the median annual cost runs about $43,200.

Maryland has an excellent SeniorScore™ of 75. The state contains a total population of around 5,773,561, which makes it the 19th biggest state in the country. Among this population, about 28% are over the age of 55. Residents have on average a life span of approximately 78.8 years.

The mean household income in Maryland is $94,300, with median earnings of around $77,110. People who live in the state make roughly $35,800 on a per capita basis. The overall cost of living in the state is very high. It presently has an unemployment rate of approximately 7.29%.

With average temperatures ranging between 43.7 and 64.6 degrees Fahrenheit, Maryland has a generally mild climate. The average annual temperature is about 54.7 degrees.

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