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Nursing Homes in New Jersey

New Jersey has 822 senior living providers, which include 448 nursing home facilities. According to data published by Medicare, the median cost of nursing home facilities in New Jersey is $109,500 annually, with costs typically ranging from $4,770 to $12,030 per month. The nationwide average cost for all 50 states is about $6,360 monthly.

The Northern New Jersey metro area generally has the highest nursing home expenses in the state of New Jersey, with prices ranging from $263 per day up to $449 per day and a median annual cost of approximately $137,616. The lowest nursing home prices in the state are in the Atlantic City-Hammonton area, where they range between $249 and $350 per day. Here, the average annual cost runs approximately $99,463.

New Jersey has an above average SeniorScore™ of 72. As reported by the most recent census, the state contains a total population of about 8,791,894, which makes it the 11th biggest state in the US. Within this population, around 27% are over the age of 55. The average life expectancy is around 80.3.

The mean household income in New Jersey is $96,017, with median earnings of approximately $76,347, and per capita wages of around $35,669 per year. The state has a very high general cost of living. The current unemployment rate of around 8.76%.

With average temperatures ranging between 42.1 and 62 degrees Fahrenheit, New Jersey typically has a cooler climate. The average annual temperature is around 52.6 degrees.

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