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Assisted Living in Vermont

Vermont contains 61 assisted living communities, with 117 total senior care providers serving the state. According to data published by Medicare, the average cost of assisted living facilities in Vermont is $48,900 annually, with costs typically ranging from $1,620 to $6,475 monthly. The national average cost for the entire country is about $3,500 per month.

The SeniorScore™ for Vermont is 71. The state ranks as the 49th biggest state in the US. It has an aggregate population of approximately 625,741. Of this populace, about 32% are 55 years of age or older. Residents have an average life span of approximately 80.5 years.

The per capita income in Vermont is about $28,402. The average household income is $67,546, with a median income of around $54,146. The state has a very high general cost of living. The current unemployment rate of approximately 6.38%.

Average temperatures in Vermont generally range between 33 and 54.1 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a very cold climate, with an average annual temperature of about 44.1 degrees.

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