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Vermont Cost of Living (VT)

The cost of living in Vermont (VT) is higher than the nationwide average. The average yearly pay in Vermont is $42,043.00, which is lower than the U.S. average annual salary by $7,765.00. The consumer price index (CPI) of 238 in Vermont is 2.15% higher than the U.S. city average CPI of 233. The sales tax is 6.00%.

The CPI calculation is based on a statistical model that takes into account some of the major personal consumption categories such as healthcare, transportation, housing, education and food, in addition to the average Vermont annual salary, sales tax rates and the regional consumer price index.


Vermont Consumer Price Index (CPI):
CPI
Vermont
238
U.S. City Average
233
Average Annual Pay:
U.S. Dollars
Vermont
$42,043
U.S. City Average
$49,808
Consumption Categories in Vermont versus National Average:
Category Percentage Versus National Average
Education 67.58%
0%
90.91%
Healthcare 12.03%
0%
16.18%
Groceries 15.37%
0%
20.68%
Rent 18.12%
0%
24.38%
Mortgage 15.90%
0%
21.39%
Electricity 8.53%
0%
11.47%
Gasoline 4.48%
0%
6.03%


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