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Home Care in New Mexico

There are 292 senior care providers in the state of New Mexico, including 88 home healthcare providers. Costs of home healthcare providers in New Mexico typically range from $2,640 to $6,000 monthly, with the average cost running around $43,472 yearly. The nationwide median cost for all states is about $4,800 monthly.

The metro area of Santa Fe generally has the highest home healthcare costs in New Mexico, with prices ranging from $24 per hour up to $28 per hour and a median annual cost of approximately $56,010. The lowest in-home care prices in the state are in the Las Cruces area, where they range between $13 and $19 per hour. Here, the median annual expense runs around $38,484.

New Mexico has a moderate SeniorScore™ of 69. The state contains a combined population of 2,056,349, which makes it the 36th largest state in the country. Within this populace, approximately 32% are seniors. Residents have an average life expectancy of about 78.4 years.

The per capita income in New Mexico is about $23,463. The average household income is $59,647, with a median income of roughly $45,952. The overall cost of living in the state is average. It presently has an unemployment rate of roughly 8.26%.

With mean temperatures ranging between 38.5 and 69.1 degrees Fahrenheit, New Mexico has a generally mild climate. The average annual temperature is around 54.2 degrees.

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