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Home Care in New Jersey

According to our records, the state of New Jersey has at least 822 senior care providers, which include 103 home healthcare providers. With costs of in-home care providers in New Jersey generally ranging from $3,360 to $6,720 monthly, the average annual cost adds up to around $48,345. The nationwide median cost for all 50 states is about $4,800 monthly.

The Northern New Jersey metropolitan area generally has the highest home healthcare expenses in the state of New Jersey, with prices ranging from $11 per hour up to $26 per hour and an average yearly cost of around $49,192. The lowest in-home care costs in New Jersey are in the Ocean City area, where they range from $18 to $21 per hour. Here, the median yearly cost runs about $42,900.

New Jersey has a good SeniorScore™ of 72. With a combined population of 8,791,894, the state ranks as the 11th largest state in the nation. Among this population, about 27% are over the age of 55. The average life expectancy is about 80.3.

The average individual income in New Jersey is around $35,669. The mean household income is $96,017, with median earnings of about $76,347. It currently has an unemployment rate of about 8.76% and the overall cost of living is very high.

With mean temperatures ranging from 42.1 to 62 degrees Fahrenheit, New Jersey typically has a mild climate. The average annual temperature is around 52.6 degrees.

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