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Hospice in New Hampshire

New Hampshire has 234 senior care providers, including 80 hospice providers. According to information published by Medicare, the median cost of hospice providers in New Hampshire is $55,080 annually, with costs ranging from $3,330 to $6,000 monthly. The nationwide median cost for all 50 states is about $4,590 monthly.

New Hampshire has a good SeniorScore™ of 73. The state ranks as the 42nd largest state in the country. It has a combined population of approximately 1,316,573, 31% of which are 55 years of age or older. Residents have on average a life expectancy of about 80.3 years.

The average household income in New Hampshire is $82,765, with median earnings of approximately $68,123. Those who live in the state make around $32,341 on a per capita basis. The state presently has an unemployment rate of around 6.28% and the general cost of living is very high.

New Hampshire typically has a harsh climate, with average temperatures around 44.8 degrees. The low temperature is around 32.9 and the high temperature averages 55.8 degrees.

Please go to https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-new-hampshire to read more about the SeniorScore™ for New Hampshire.

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