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Hospice in Michigan

Our records show that the state of Michigan has at least 5,433 senior care providers, including 561 hospice care providers. Costs of hospice care providers in Michigan generally range from $3,330 to $6,000 monthly, with median costs running about $55,080 yearly. The nationwide average cost for the entire country is about $4,590 per month.

Michigan has a good SeniorScore™ of 72. According to the latest census data, it has a total population of about 9,883,612, which makes it the eighth largest state in the nation. Within this populace, approximately 31% are 55 years of age or older. Residents have on average a life span of about 78.2 years.

The average income per household in Michigan is $64,538, with a median income of about $51,500. Those who live in the state make about $25,537 on an individual basis. It has a current unemployment rate of approximately 12.6% and an average overall cost of living.

Michigan generally has a relatively cold climate, with average annual temperatures of around 46.3 degrees. The low temperature is approximately 36.1 and the high temperature averages 55.5 degrees.

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