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Home Care in Utah

Utah contains 117 in-home care providers, with 366 total senior housing providers serving the state. Costs of home healthcare providers in Utah typically range between $3,600 and $6,000 per month, with the average cost running about $48,048 annually. The nationwide average cost for the entire country is about $4,800 per month.

The metropolitan area of Salt Lake City generally has the highest home healthcare costs in the state of Utah, with prices ranging from $19 per hour up to $30 per hour and an average annual cost of around $49,718. The lowest home healthcare prices in the state are in and around the St. George area. Here, they range between $19 and $25 per hour, with an average yearly expense of approximately $45,760.

Utah has an above average SeniorScore™ of 71. The state has a total population of 2,763,264, which makes it the 34th largest state in the country. Among this population, around 23% are seniors. On average, residents have a life span of approximately 80.2 years.

The average income per household in Utah is $73,008, with median earnings of approximately $60,219, and per capita earnings of around $23,672 per year. The overall cost of living in the state is high and it presently has an unemployment rate of around 6.51%.

Average temperatures in Utah typically range from 35.7 to 63.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a mild climate, with an average annual temperature of approximately 50.1 degrees.

Please go to https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-utah to read more about the SeniorScore™ for Utah.

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