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Hospice in Alaska

Alaska has 625 senior living providers, including 6 hospice providers. Costs of hospice care providers in Alaska generally range between $3,330 and $6,000 monthly, with the average cost running around $55,080 per year. The national average cost for all states is about $4,590 per month.

The SeniorScore™ for Alaska is 61. According to the most recent census information, it has a combined population of around 709,930, which makes it the 47th biggest state in the country. Among this population, about 21% are 55 years of age or older. The average life expectancy is approximately 78.3.

Alaska residents make an average of around $84,121 of household earnings on an annual basis. The median household earnings are $70,433. On an individual basis, residents make roughly $32,013. The overall cost of living in the state is very high. It currently has an unemployment rate of roughly 8.35%.

Average temperatures in Alaska generally range between 29 and 43.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a very cold climate, with a mean annual temperature of approximately 36.7 degrees.

Please go to https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-alaska to get complete information on the SeniorScore™ for Alaska.

Related Categories: Alaska Nursing Homes, Alaska Assisted Living, Alaska Independent Living, Alaska Retirement Homes, Alaska Memory Care, Alaska Adult Daycare, Alaska Home Care, Alaska Respite Care, Alaska Residential Care Homes

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