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Hospice in New Mexico

Our records show that New Mexico has at least 292 senior care providers, including 89 hospice care providers. With costs of hospice providers in New Mexico typically ranging between $3,330 and $6,000 per month, the average annual cost comes in around $55,080. The monthly nationwide average cost is about $4,590.

New Mexico has a moderate SeniorScore™ of 69. It ranks as the 36th biggest state in the US. It has a combined population of around 2,056,349. Within this population, approximately 32% are 55 years of age or older. Residents have an average life span of about 78.4 years.

The average income per household in New Mexico is $59,647, with median earnings of approximately $45,952, and per capita earnings of about $23,463 on an annual basis. The general cost of living in the state is average. It presently has an unemployment rate of approximately 8.26%.

Average temperatures in New Mexico generally range from 38.5 to 69.1 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a cooler climate, with an average annual temperature of around 54.2 degrees.

To read more about the SeniorScore™ for New Mexico, please go to https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-new-mexico.

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

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