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Hospice in Washington

Washington has 642 hospice care providers, with 3,568 total senior living providers serving the state. According to data collected by Medicare, the average cost of hospice providers in Washington is $55,080 annually, 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.

Washington has an above average SeniorScore™ of 70. It is the 13th biggest state in the nation. It has a total population of around 6,724,629. Within this populace, approximately 30% are 55 years of age or older. Residents have an average life span of around 79.9.

The average individual income in Washington is about $30,466. The mean household income is $76,158, with median earnings of roughly $61,495. The general cost of living in the state is high. It presently has an unemployment rate of approximately 8.36%.

Washington generally has a mild climate, with average temperatures of about 50.9 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is approximately 41 and the high temperature averages 59.8 degrees.

To read more about the SeniorScore™ for Washington, please visit https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-washington.

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