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Independent Living in Wyoming

Our records show that the state of Wyoming has at least 92 senior housing providers, which include 13 independent living communities. According to information collected by Medicare, the median cost of independent living communities in Wyoming is $20,394 per year, with costs typically ranging from $990 to $2,457 monthly. The monthly national average cost is about $1,925.

The Casper metropolitan area has the highest independent living expenses in the state of Wyoming, with prices ranging between $1,867 per month and $2,379 per month and an average annual cost of approximately $28,298. The lowest independent living prices in the state are in and around the Cheyenne area, where they range between $1,876 and $2,582 per month. Here, the average yearly expense runs around $27,555.

The SeniorScore™ for Wyoming is 66. It contains a combined population of about 563,839, which makes it the 50th biggest state in the US. Within this populace, around 31% are seniors. The average life expectancy is around 78.3 years.

The mean household income in Wyoming is $71,357, with a median income of around $58,221. People who reside in the state earn roughly $28,919 on an individual basis. The overall cost of living in the state is average and it currently has an unemployment rate of about 4.68%.

Wyoming typically has a very cold climate, with average temperatures of about 43.7 degrees. The low temperature is about 29.1 and the high temperature averages 57.3 degrees.

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