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Hospice in Wisconsin

Wisconsin has 541 hospice care providers, with 3,854 total senior care providers operating in the state. According to data collected by Medicare, the median cost of hospice care providers in Wisconsin is $55,080 yearly, with costs ranging from $3,330 to $6,000 monthly. The monthly nationwide average cost is around $4,590.

The SeniorScore™ for Wisconsin is 71. As reported by the latest census, the state contains a combined population of 5,687,012, which makes it the 20th biggest state in the country. Within this populace, about 30% are seniors. On average, residents have a life span of about 80.

The average income per household in Wisconsin is $66,840, with median earnings of approximately $54,185, and per capita income of roughly $27,204 annually. The overall cost of living in the state is average and it presently has an unemployment rate of roughly 7.3%.

With average temperatures ranging from 33.9 to 54.4 degrees Fahrenheit, Wisconsin typically has a harsh climate. The average temperature throughout the year is about 44.6 degrees.

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

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