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Hospice in Hawaii

Hawaii has 23 hospice care providers, with 95 total senior housing providers operating in the state. According to data published by Medicare, the median cost of hospice care providers in Hawaii is $55,080 yearly, with costs typically ranging from $3,330 to $6,000 monthly. The national median cost for all 50 states is around $4,590 per month.

The SeniorScore™ for Hawaii is 76. The state contains a combined population of 1,360,301, which makes it the 40th largest state in the country. Within this populace, approximately 28% are 55 years of age or older. Residents have on average a life expectancy of approximately 81.3 years.

The average per capita earnings in Hawaii are about $29,109, with a mean income per household of $84,201, and a median income of approximately $68,872. The overall cost of living in the state is very high and it currently has an unemployment rate of around 6.16%.

With mean temperatures ranging between 67 and 81.5 degrees Fahrenheit, Hawaii typically has a warmer climate. The average temperature throughout the year is about 74.8 degrees.

To read comprehensive information on the SeniorScore™ for Hawaii, please go to https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-hawaii.

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

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