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Hospice in Texas

The state of Texas has 1,095 hospice care providers, with 5,800 total senior care providers operating in the state. According to information published by Medicare, the median cost of hospice providers in Texas is $55,080 yearly, with costs ranging between $3,330 and $6,000 per month. The national average cost for all 50 states is about $4,590 per month.

The SeniorScore™ for Texas is 75. As reported by the latest census, it contains a combined population of approximately 25,144,800, which makes it the second largest state in the nation. Among this populace, about 26% are seniors. On average, residents have a life span of around 78.5 years.

Residents of Texas make an average of around $69,705 of household income on an annual basis. The median household earnings are $54,427. On a per capita basis, residents make about $25,594. The state has a low general cost of living. The current unemployment rate of approximately 7.38%.

Texas typically has a very warm climate, with average temperatures of about 66.4 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is about 54.5 and the high temperature averages 77.2 degrees.

For more information on the SeniorScore™ for Texas, please visit https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-texas.

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