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April 6, 2020  
 
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Continuing Care Retirement Communities

Continuing Care Retirement Communities aren't as popular as most other types of businesses in the U.S. Still, across the entire country, there are more than 4,000 Continuing Care Retirement Communities. Based on some simple math, it appears that each one of those Continuing Care Retirement Communities serves about 75,000 citizens on average. According to national labor statistics, Continuing Care Retirement Communities will typically employ 20 to 49 employees. As such, Continuing Care Retirement Communities play an important role in the national economy.

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States with Continuing Care Retirement Communities
(Ordered by # per 100,000 Residents)

  State Businesses Businesses per 100K Residents
1. South Dakota 32 4.27
2. Vermont 22 3.61
3. Kansas 88 3.27
4. Montana 29 3.22
5. Iowa 94 3.21
6. Oregon 105 3.08
7. Washington 162 2.77
8. Rhode Island 28 2.67
9. Missouri 134 2.40
10. Pennsylvania 291 2.37
11. New Hampshire 29 2.35
12. North Carolina 184 2.29
13. Nebraska 38 2.22
14. Maine 28 2.20
15. Wisconsin 118 2.20
16. Idaho 28 2.17
17. Minnesota 106 2.16
18. Ohio 231 2.04
19. North Dakota 13 2.03
20. Arizona 103 2.01
21. South Carolina 80 1.99
22. Alabama 86 1.94
23. Alaska 12 1.92
24. Delaware 15 1.91
25. Maryland 101 1.91
26. Florida 297 1.86
27. West Virginia 31 1.73
28. Oklahoma 56 1.62
29. Virginia 112 1.58
30. New Mexico 25 1.38
31. Colorado 57 1.33
32. Massachusetts 83 1.31
33. Mississippi 37 1.31
34. Illinois 162 1.30
35. District of Columbia 7 1.23
36. Connecticut 41 1.22
37. Texas 250 1.20
38. Indiana 71 1.17
39. California 388 1.15
40. Tennessee 64 1.13
41. Georgia 89 1.10
42. Utah 23 1.03
43. New Jersey 86 1.02
44. Arkansas 26 0.97
45. Michigan 92 0.93
46. Nevada 15 0.75
47. Kentucky 30 0.74
48. Hawaii 9 0.74
49. Louisiana 33 0.74
50. Wyoming 2 0.41
51. New York 76 0.40

Number of Continuing Care Retirement Communities by Number of Employees
(Data for Entire United States)

RangeNumber of Employees
1 to 4713
5 to 9343
10 to 19438
20 to 49931
50 to 99740
100 to 249874
250 to 499255
500 to 99924
1000 or more2

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