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Retirement Homes in Kansas

The state of Kansas contains 66 retirement homes , with 935 total senior living providers serving the state. Costs of retirement homes in Kansas generally range between $935 and $3,836 monthly, with the average cost coming in around $24,618 annually. The monthly nationwide average cost is about $1,925.

The Lawrence metropolitan area has the highest retirement home expenses in Kansas, with annual costs of around $38,610 and ranging from $1,843 per month up to $4,125 per month. The lowest retirement home costs in Kansas are around the Manhattan area. Here, costs range from $1,870 to $2,493 per month, with an average annual expense of approximately $28,504.

Kansas has an outstanding SeniorScore™ of 75. The state contains a total population of about 2,853,186, which makes it the 33rd largest state in the nation. Within this population, approximately 31% are seniors. The average life expectancy is approximately 78.7 years of age.

The average income per household in Kansas is $67,101, with a median income of approximately $54,238, and per capita earnings of roughly $26,529 per year. It presently has an unemployment rate of approximately 6.43% and the overall cost of living is low.

Average temperatures in Kansas typically range from 42.5 to 66.3 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a cooler climate, with a mean annual temperature of around 54.9 degrees.

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