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Independent Living in Oklahoma

Oklahoma has 851 senior housing providers, which include 146 independent living communities. With costs of independent living communities in Oklahoma typically ranging from $577 to $3,520 per month, the median annual cost runs around $20,337. The monthly national median cost is about $1,925.

The Tuls metro area generally has the highest independent living expenses in the state of Oklahoma, with prices ranging between $591 per month and $3,487 per month and an average yearly cost of around $24,387. The lowest independent living costs in Oklahoma are around the Lawton area. Here, they range from $1,320 to $1,840 per month, with a median yearly cost of around $18,175.

The SeniorScore™ for Oklahoma is 75. It contains a total population of around 3,751,609, which makes it the 28th biggest state in the nation. Among this populace, around 29% are over the age of 55. The average life expectancy is approximately 75.9 years.

Citizens of Oklahoma earn an average of approximately $59,920 in household income yearly. The median household income is $46,389. On an individual basis, residents earn around $23,768. The general cost of living in the state is very low and it currently has an unemployment rate of approximately 6.59%.

With average temperatures ranging between 47.6 and 71.9 degrees Fahrenheit, Oklahoma has a generally mild climate. The average annual temperature is approximately 60.3 degrees.

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