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Home Care in Pennsylvania

According to our records, Pennsylvania has at least 1,902 senior living providers, which include 502 in-home care providers. With costs of home healthcare providers in Pennsylvania typically ranging between $3,120 and $7,200 monthly, the average annual cost adds up to around $45,760. The monthly nationwide median cost is approximately $4,800.

The metro area of Bloomsburg-Berwick has the highest home healthcare costs in the state of Pennsylvania, with prices ranging between $18 per hour and $28 per hour and a median yearly cost of about $51,480. The lowest home healthcare prices in Pennsylvania are in the Johnstown area, where they average around $41,481 annually and range from $17 to $19 per hour.

The SeniorScore™ for Pennsylvania is 73. With an aggregate population of about 12,702,375, the state ranks as the 6th biggest state in the country. Among this populace, about 31% are over the age of 55. Residents have an average life span of around 78.5 years.

The average household income in Pennsylvania is $69,518, with a median income of approximately $54,921, and per capita earnings of around $27,854 per year. It has presently has an unemployment rate of about 8.11% and a high general cost of living.

Average temperatures in Pennsylvania typically range between 39.1 and 60.2 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a mild climate, with a mean annual temperature of approximately 50.2 degrees.

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