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Home Care in Wisconsin

There are 3,854 senior living providers in the state of Wisconsin, including 157 in-home care providers. Costs of home healthcare providers in Wisconsin typically range from $4,080 to $7,680 monthly, with median costs running about $50,336 annually. The nationwide median cost for the entire country is about $4,800 per month.

The Madison metro area has the highest home healthcare expenses in the state of Wisconsin, with annual costs of about $61,501 and ranging between $25 per hour and $29 per hour. The lowest home healthcare prices in Wisconsin are in and around the Wausau area, where they range from $13 to $19 per hour. Here, the average yearly expense runs around $37,066.

The SeniorScore™ for Wisconsin is 71. As reported by the most recent census data, the state has a combined population of around 5,687,012, which makes it the 20th largest state in the US. Among this population, around 30% are over the age of 55. The average life expectancy is approximately 80 years.

The mean income per household in Wisconsin is $66,840, with a median income of around $54,185, and per capita earnings of about $27,204 on an annual basis. The state has an average overall cost of living and currently has an unemployment rate of roughly 7.3%.

Wisconsin typically has a harsh climate, with average annual temperatures of about 44.6 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is about 33.9 and the high temperature averages 54.4 degrees.

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