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Assisted Living in Texas

There are 5,800 senior living providers in the state of Texas, including 1,858 assisted living communities. According to information collected by Medicare, the average cost of assisted living communities in Texas is $42,270 per year, with costs typically ranging from $825 to $8,605 monthly. The monthly national median cost is about $3,500.

The Midland metropolitan area has the highest assisted living expenses in Texas, with prices ranging from $3,592 per month up to $4,700 per month and an average yearly cost of around $54,600. The lowest assisted living prices in the state are around the Laredo area, where they range from $1,440 to $2,160 per month. Here, the average annual cost runs around $21,600.

The SeniorScore™ for Texas is 75. The state has a combined population of approximately 25,144,800, which makes it the second biggest state in the country. Within this populace, about 26% are seniors. Residents have an average life span of around 78.5.

The average per capita earnings in Texas are around $25,594, with a mean household income of $69,705, and a median income of around $54,427. The state has a current unemployment rate of about 7.38% and a low overall cost of living.

Texas typically has a very warm climate, with average temperatures near 66.4 degrees. The low temperature is approximately 54.5 and the high temperature averages 77.2 degrees.

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