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Hospice in West Virginia

The state of West Virginia contains 81 hospice providers, with 254 total senior housing providers operating in the state. With costs of hospice care providers in West Virginia generally ranging from $3,330 to $6,000 monthly, the median annual cost adds up to around $55,080. The national median cost for all 50 states is about $4,590 per month.

West Virginia has an excellent SeniorScore™ of 74. With a total population of about 1,852,774, the state ranks as the 37th biggest state in the nation. Among this population, around 32% are seniors. On average, residents have a life span of about 75.4 years.

The average per capita wages in West Virginia are about $21,998, with a mean household income of $52,919, and a median income of about $40,579. It presently has an unemployment rate of around 7.57% and the overall cost of living is low.

Average temperatures in West Virginia typically range from 40.4 to 62.9 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a mild climate, with an average annual temperature of around 52.2 degrees.

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