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Assisted Living in Washington

Washington has 3,568 senior living providers, which include 1,873 assisted living communities. According to information collected by Medicare, the average cost of assisted living facilities in Washington is $51,000 yearly, with costs typically ranging between $1,000 and $9,000 per month. The monthly nationwide median cost is approximately $3,500.

The Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue metro area has the highest assisted living expenses in the state of Washington, with yearly costs of about $60,000 and ranging from $2,000 per month up to $8,756 per month. The lowest assisted living costs in Washington are around the Spokane-Spokane Valley area, where they average around $48,000 annually and range from $2,500 to $6,250 per month.

The SeniorScore™ for Washington is 70. The state is the 13th largest state in the country. It has a total population of about 6,724,629. Within this population, around 30% are seniors. The average life expectancy is about 79.9 years.

The average household income in Washington is $76,158, with a median income of approximately $61,495. Residents of the state make roughly $30,466 on a per capita basis. The state has currently has an unemployment rate of roughly 8.36% and a high overall cost of living.

With mean temperatures ranging between 41 and 59.8 degrees Fahrenheit, Washington has a generally cooler climate. The average annual temperature is about 50.9 degrees.

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