Nursing homes aren't particularly cheap, but the costs in America can vary greatly depending on the state. Using data from SeniorLiving.org, this infographic from NANHA takes a look at the average nursing home costs across the United States, and even breaks down the data even further into the monthly costs, weekly costs, daily costs, and even hourly costs. Nursing homes are the most expensive in Alaska, where the average annual cost is $341,184!
That breaks down to $28,432 each month and breaks down even further to $6,561 per week, $934 a day, and $38.95 an hour. From the data collected from all 50 states, the average yearly cost of a nursing home is over six figures at $104,958.71. The state that has the lowest cost for nursing homes in Oklahoma, where the average yearly cost is $59,592, which breaks down to $4,966.00 a month. While expensive, it's much cheaper than Alaska!