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Nursing Homes in Vermont

There are 117 senior living providers in Vermont, which include 58 nursing home facilities. With costs of nursing home facilities in Vermont generally ranging between $7,500 and $10,200 per month, the median annual cost comes in around $100,923. The national median cost for the entire country is around $6,360 monthly.

Vermont has a good SeniorScore™ of 71. As reported by the most current census data, it contains a combined population of about 625,741, which makes it the 49th largest state in the country. Among this population, around 32% are over the age of 55. Residents have on average a life span of about 80.5.

The mean household income in Vermont is $67,546, with a median income of around $54,146. Those who reside in the state earn around $28,402 on an individual basis. The state has a very high general cost of living. Currently, it has an unemployment rate of roughly 6.38%.

With mean temperatures ranging from 33 to 54.1 degrees Fahrenheit, Vermont has a generally frigid climate. The average annual temperature is about 44.1 degrees.

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