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Retirement Homes in Alaska

Alaska has 625 senior care providers, including 8 retirement homes. Costs of retirement homes in Alaska typically range between $1,864 and $4,125 per month, with the average cost coming in around $36,300 per year. The monthly nationwide average cost is approximately $1,925.

The metro area of Fairbanks has the highest retirement home expenses in Alaska, with prices ranging from $2,344 per month up to $4,400 per month and an average yearly cost of approximately $47,025. The lowest retirement home prices in Alaska are in the Anchorage area, where they range from $440 to $4,538 per month. Here, the average annual cost runs around $36,300.

The SeniorScore™ for Alaska is 61. It ranks as the 47th largest state in the nation. It has a total population of approximately 709,930, 21% of which are 55 years of age or older. On average, residents have a life span of about 78.3.

Residents of Alaska bring in an average of about $84,121 of household earnings yearly. The median household income is $70,433. On a per capita basis, residents bring in roughly $32,013. The state currently has an unemployment rate of about 8.35% and the overall cost of living is very high.

Average temperatures in Alaska typically range between 29 and 43.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a frigid climate, with a mean annual temperature of about 36.7 degrees.

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