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Hospice in Montana

According to our records, Montana has at least 333 senior housing providers, including 65 hospice care providers. Costs of hospice care providers in Montana typically range between $3,330 and $6,000 per month, with average costs running about $55,080 yearly. The nationwide median cost for all 50 states is approximately $4,590 monthly.

Montana has a medium SeniorScore™ of 66. It contains a total population of approximately 990,003, which makes it the 44th biggest state in the US. Among this populace, approximately 35% are over the age of 55. The average life expectancy is about 78.5 years of age.

Residents of Montana make an average of approximately $58,912 of household income on an annual basis. The median earnings per household are $46,321. On an individual basis, residents make roughly $24,606. The state has a high general cost of living. The current unemployment rate of approximately 6.45%.

Average temperatures in Montana generally range between 30.2 and 55.8 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a harsh climate, with an average annual temperature of around 43.6 degrees.

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

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

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