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Hospice in Vermont

Our records show that the state of Vermont has 117 senior housing providers, which include 35 hospice providers. With costs of hospice providers in Vermont generally ranging between $3,330 and $6,000 per month, the average annual cost runs around $55,080. The monthly national median cost is about $4,590.

Vermont has a good SeniorScore™ of 71. According to the most recent census data, it has a total population of approximately 625,741, which makes it the 49th largest state in the nation. Within this population, approximately 32% are 55 years of age or older. On average, residents have a life expectancy of around 80.5 years.

The income per capita in Vermont is around $28,402. The mean income per household is $67,546, with a median income of around $54,146. The state has a very high general cost of living and a current unemployment rate of approximately 6.38%.

Average temperatures in Vermont typically range from 33 to 54.1 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a harsh climate, with a mean annual temperature of around 44.1 degrees.

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

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

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