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Retirement Homes in Alabama

Alabama has 65 retirement homes , with 698 total senior care providers servicing the state. With costs of retirement homes in Alabama typically ranging between $495 and $3,168 per month, the average annual cost comes in around $19,100. The national average cost for all 50 states is approximately $1,925 per month.

The metropolitan area of Anniston-Oxford-Jacksonville has the highest retirement home costs in the state of Alabama, with prices ranging from $1,086 per month up to $3,588 per month and a median yearly cost of approximately $27,390. The lowest retirement home prices in Alabama are in the Gadsden area. Here, costs range from $963 to $1,691 per month, with a median yearly cost of approximately $16,517.

The SeniorScore™ for Alabama is 72. With an aggregate population of around 4,779,588, the state ranks as the 23rd biggest state in the US. Within this population, around 28% are 55 years of age or older. The average life expectancy is around 75.4.

The mean household income in Alabama is $59,062, with median earnings of approximately $45,642, and per capita income of about $23,585 per year. The general cost of living in the state is low. It currently has an unemployment rate of around 9.72%.

With average temperatures ranging between 50.4 and 74 degrees Fahrenheit, Alabama typically has a mild climate. The average annual temperature is approximately 62.7 degrees.

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