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Retirement Homes in West Virginia

West Virginia has 254 senior care providers, including 16 retirement homes. According to data published by Medicare, the average cost of retirement homes in West Virginia is $22,869 per year, with costs ranging between $880 and $3,366 per month. The monthly national average cost is around $1,925.

The highest retirement home expenses in the state of West Virginia are found in the Morgantown metro area where prices range from $1,980 per month up to $2,692 per month, with an average cost of about $26,400 per year. The lowest retirement home costs in the state are in the Beckley area, where they average around $18,068 yearly and range between $1,238 and $2,627 per month.

West Virginia has an exceptional SeniorScore™ of 74. It ranks as the 37th biggest state in the country. It has an aggregate population of around 1,852,774, 32% of which are over the age of 55. On average, residents have a life expectancy of around 75.4 years.

West Virginia residents earn an average of about $52,919 in household income annually. The median earnings per household are $40,579. On an individual basis, residents earn about $21,998. The state has a low general cost of living. Currently, it has an unemployment rate of roughly 7.57%.

West Virginia generally has a mild climate, with average temperatures of about 52.2 degrees. The low temperature is about 40.4 and the high temperature averages 62.9 degrees.

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