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Home Care in North Dakota

The state of North Dakota contains 21 in-home care providers, with 168 total senior care providers servicing the state. Costs of in-home care providers in North Dakota typically range between $5,280 and $6,240 monthly, with the average cost running about $57,589 yearly. The monthly national average cost is approximately $4,800.

The Grand Forks metro area generally has the highest in-home care costs in North Dakota, with annual costs of about $62,142 and ranging from $22 per hour up to $32 per hour. The lowest in-home care costs in North Dakota are in the Fargo area. Here, costs range between $18 and $29 per hour, with a median annual cost of approximately $54,912.

The SeniorScore™ for North Dakota is 68. The state ranks as the 48th biggest state in the US. It has a combined population of approximately 671,781. Of this populace, about 34% are seniors. On average, residents have a life span of about 79.5.

The average individual income in North Dakota is approximately $27,254. The mean household income is $63,410, with median earnings of about $49,615. The state currently has an unemployment rate of around 3.39% and the overall cost of living is average.

Average temperatures in North Dakota typically range from 28.7 to 51.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a very cold climate, with a mean annual temperature of around 40.6 degrees.

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