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Independent Living in Nevada

There are 508 senior housing providers in the state of Nevada, including 85 independent living communities. With costs of independent living communities in Nevada generally ranging between $770 and $3,080 monthly, the average yearly cost adds up to around $21,450. The monthly national average cost is approximately $1,925.

The metropolitan area of Carson City generally has the highest independent living expenses in the state of Nevada, with prices ranging from $1,623 per month up to $3,239 per month and a median yearly cost of approximately $25,080. The lowest independent living costs in the state are in the Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise area, where they range between $825 and $2,547 per month. Here, the average yearly expense runs about $19,800.

The SeniorScore™ for Nevada is 72. With a combined population of approximately 2,701,225, the state ranks as the 35th biggest state in the country. Among this populace, about 29% are over the age of 55. Residents have on average a life span of about 78.1.

The average per capita earnings in Nevada are about $27,676, with a mean income per household of $71,820, and median earnings of about $57,229. It has a high general cost of living and a current unemployment rate of roughly 10.54%.

Nevada generally has a cooler climate, with average temperatures of about 53.2 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is about 37.3 and the high temperature averages 68.1 degrees.

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