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Hospice in Minnesota

There are 1,743 senior care providers in the state of Minnesota, including 425 hospice providers. Costs of hospice care providers in Minnesota typically range from $3,330 to $6,000 per month, with average costs running about $55,080 per year. The monthly nationwide median cost is around $4,590.

The SeniorScore™ for Minnesota is 72. According to the latest census data, it has a total population of about 5,304,141, which makes it the 21st biggest state in the country. Within this population, approximately 30% are 55 years of age or older. On average, residents have a life expectancy of approximately 81.1.

The mean income per household in Minnesota is $76,117, with a median income of around $61,440, and per capita earnings of around $30,318 per year. The state currently has an unemployment rate of around 6.92% and the overall cost of living is high.

Average temperatures in Minnesota typically range from 31.3 to 53 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a very cold climate, with an average annual temperature of approximately 42.7 degrees.

For more information on the SeniorScore™ for Minnesota, please go to https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-minnesota.

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