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Home Care in Montana

There are 333 senior care providers in the state of Montana, including 33 in-home care providers. With costs of home healthcare providers in Montana typically ranging between $4,800 and $6,000 monthly, the average yearly cost adds up to around $48,048. The monthly nationwide median cost is around $4,800.

The Great Falls metropolitan area generally has the highest in-home care costs in Montana, with prices ranging from $23 per hour up to $25 per hour and a median annual cost of around $54,912. The lowest in-home care costs in the state are around the Billings area. Here, they range from $21 to $24 per hour, with a median yearly expense of approximately $51,480.

The SeniorScore™ for Montana is 66. It has a total population of approximately 990,003, which makes it the 44th biggest state in the US. Within this population, around 35% are over the age of 55. The average life expectancy is approximately 78.5.

The per capita income in Montana is approximately $24,606. The mean income per household is $58,912, with median earnings of roughly $46,321. The state has a high overall cost of living. The current unemployment rate of about 6.45%.

Montana generally has a harsh climate, with average annual temperatures around 43.6 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is about 30.2 and the high temperature averages 55.8 degrees.

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