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Independent Living in Hawaii

Hawaii has 95 senior living providers, including 26 independent living communities. With costs of independent living communities in Hawaii generally ranging from $1,048 to $4,950 per month, the median yearly cost comes in around $31,350. The monthly nationwide median cost is around $1,925.

The Honolulu metro area generally has the highest independent living costs in the state of Hawaii, with prices ranging from $770 per month up to $4,891 per month and a median annual cost of approximately $28,050. The lowest independent living prices in Hawaii are around the Kahului-Wailuku-Lahaina area, where they range from $825 to $2,089 per month. Here, the median yearly cost runs approximately $16,500.

The SeniorScore™ for Hawaii is 76. The state is the 40th largest state in the nation. It has a total population of approximately 1,360,301, 28% of which are seniors. Residents have an average life expectancy of around 81.3 years.

The mean household income in Hawaii is $84,201, with a median income of approximately $68,872. People who reside in the state earn roughly $29,109 on an individual basis. The overall cost of living in the state is very high and it presently has an unemployment rate of approximately 6.16%.

Hawaii typically has a mild climate, with average annual temperatures around 74.8 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is about 67 and the high temperature averages 81.5 degrees.

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