Can I actually afford life in Vermont?

According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)  the average cost of living in Vermont for a typical individual is around $50,761 per year.

– Median monthly mortgage cost: $1,621 – Median studio rent: $834 – Median one-bedroom rent: $834

Housing Costs in Vermont

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Utility Costs in Vermont

– Electricity: $109 – Gas: $110 – Cable and Internet: $110 – Water: $21

Groceries & Food

The average individual will spend around $370 per month on food and groceries, or $4,443 per year, according to the BEA.

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– One adult, no children: $4,470 – Two working adults, no children: $8,040 – Two working adults, three children: $12,675



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