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Residential Care Homes in Minnesota

Minnesota has 1,743 total senior care providers. This includes 80 residential care communities. Costs of residential care communities in Minnesota typically range between $650 and $5,400 per month, with median costs running about $30,623 annually. The monthly national median cost is approximately $2,625.

The metro area of Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington generally has the highest residential care community costs in the state of Minnesota, with prices ranging from $675 per month up to $7,875 per month and an average yearly cost of about $34,605. The lowest residential care community prices in Minnesota are in the Rochester area. Here, costs range between $1,553 and $4,500 per month, with an average annual cost of about $30,330.

Minnesota has an above average SeniorScore™ of 72. It ranks as the 21st largest state in the country. It has a total population of 5,304,141, 30% of which are seniors. Residents have an average life span of around 81.1 years.

The average per capita wages in Minnesota are around $30,318, with an average income per household of $76,117, and a median income of about $61,440. The state has a high general cost of living and presently has an unemployment rate of approximately 6.92%.

With average temperatures ranging between 31.3 and 53 degrees Fahrenheit, Minnesota typically has a harsh climate. The average annual temperature is about 42.7 degrees.

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