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Home Care in Tennessee

Our records show that the state of Tennessee has 891 senior living providers, including 178 home healthcare providers. According to data published by Medicare, the average cost of home healthcare providers in Tennessee is $41,184 annually, with costs typically ranging between $3,120 and $7,680 monthly. The monthly nationwide median cost is around $4,800.

The highest home healthcare costs in the state of Tennessee are found in the Clarksville metropolitan area where they range from $19 per hour up to $23 per hour, with an average cost of around $47,476 annually. The lowest in-home care costs in Tennessee are in the Jackson area, where they average approximately $35,464 yearly and range from $15 to $18 per hour.

Tennessee has a good SeniorScore™ of 71. With an aggregate population of approximately 6,339,942, it ranks as the 17th largest state in the nation. Within this populace, about 29% are 55 years of age or older. The average life expectancy is about 76.3.

Tennessee residents make an average of around $60,753 in household earnings per year. The median earnings per household are $46,676. On a per capita basis, residents make about $24,242. The general cost of living in the state is very low. It presently has an unemployment rate of about 9.39%.

With mean temperatures ranging from 45.3 to 68.7 degrees Fahrenheit, Tennessee typically has a cooler climate. The average annual temperature is around 57.5 degrees.

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