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Assisted Living in Wisconsin

Wisconsin has 3,854 total senior care providers. Included in this are 2,290 assisted living communities. Costs of assisted living facilities in Wisconsin generally range from $911 to $9,750 monthly, with median costs coming in around $46,200 per year. The monthly national median cost is around $3,500.

The Sheboygan metro area has the highest assisted living costs in the state of Wisconsin, with annual costs of around $55,800 and ranging from $2,990 per month up to $5,500 per month. The lowest assisted living costs in Wisconsin are around the La Crosse-Onalaska area, where they range between $740 and $5,540 per month. Here, the median yearly expense runs approximately $35,700.

The SeniorScore™ for Wisconsin is 71. According to the latest census, the state contains a combined population of approximately 5,687,012, which makes it the 20th largest state in the US. Within this population, approximately 30% are 55 years of age or older. The average life expectancy is around 80.

The average income per household in Wisconsin is $66,840, with a median income of approximately $54,185. Those who reside in the state earn around $27,204 on a per capita basis. It currently has an unemployment rate of around 7.3% and the overall cost of living is average.

With mean temperatures ranging between 33.9 and 54.4 degrees Fahrenheit, Wisconsin has a generally frigid climate. The average annual temperature is around 44.6 degrees.

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