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Retirement Homes in Connecticut

There are 557 senior living providers in the state of Connecticut, including 83 retirement homes. Costs of retirement homes in Connecticut typically range from $1,100 to $5,060 monthly, with median costs running around $34,907 annually. The monthly nationwide average cost is about $1,925.

The highest retirement home costs in the state of Connecticut are found in the Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk metro area where prices range from $2,365 per month up to $5,940 per month, with an average cost of approximately $41,382 annually. The lowest retirement home prices in the state are in and around the New Haven-Milford area, where they average around $32,274 annually and range between $1,779 and $3,919 per month.

Connecticut has a good SeniorScore™ of 71. With a combined population of approximately 3,574,097, the state ranks as the 29th biggest state in the country. Among this populace, about 28% are seniors. On average, residents have a life span of around 80.8 years.

Families in Connecticut earn an average of approximately $97,594 of household earnings per year. The median income per household is $75,283. On an individual basis, residents earn about $37,605. The general cost of living in the state is very high. It currently has an unemployment rate of about 8.56%.

Average temperatures in Connecticut generally range between 39.5 and 59.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a cooler climate, with a mean annual temperature of about 50 degrees.

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