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Hospice in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has 1,902 senior care providers, including 579 hospice care providers. Costs of hospice providers in Pennsylvania typically range from $3,330 to $6,000 monthly, with the median cost running about $55,080 yearly. The monthly nationwide average cost is approximately $4,590.

Pennsylvania has a good SeniorScore™ of 73. As reported by the most recent census, it has a total population of about 12,702,375, which makes it the sixth largest state in the US. Within this population, about 31% are 55 years of age or older. On average, residents have a life span of around 78.5 years.

The average household income in Pennsylvania is $69,518, with median earnings of about $54,921, and per capita earnings of about $27,854 per year. The general cost of living in the state is high and it presently has an unemployment rate of roughly 8.11%.

Average temperatures in Pennsylvania generally range from 39.1 to 60.2 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a cooler climate, with an average annual temperature of approximately 50.2 degrees.

To get comprehensive information on the SeniorScore™ for Pennsylvania, please visit https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-pennsylvania.

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

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