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Retirement Homes in Vermont

Vermont has 117 total senior care providers. Included in this are 44 retirement homes. Costs of retirement homes in Vermont typically range from $891 to $3,561 per month, with median costs coming in around $26,895 annually. The nationwide median cost for all states is around $1,925 per month.

Vermont has an above average SeniorScore™ of 71. The state contains a total population of about 625,741, which makes it the 49th largest state in the nation. Within this populace, around 32% are over the age of 55. Residents have on average a life expectancy of approximately 80.5 years.

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

Vermont generally has a frigid climate, with average temperatures of around 44.1 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is about 33 and the high temperature averages 54.1 degrees.

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Related Categories: Vermont Nursing Homes, Vermont Assisted Living, Vermont Independent Living, Vermont Memory Care, Vermont Adult Daycare, Vermont Home Care, Vermont Hospice, Vermont Respite Care, Vermont Residential Care Homes

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