TherapyTravelers has travel and local SLP jobs that are full-time, part-time, short-term or long-term, all across the country. Plus, we offer industry-best compensation and benefits, along with care and support that is unmatched. So let’s get started!
TherapyTravelers contracts with school districts throughout the United States to place our top pathologist team members with the right opportunities.
Due to our strong relationships with schools, we’re able to provide our clinicians with information on open positions for your job search as soon as they become available.
Comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and vision insurance, 401K matching, paid holidays, PTO and sick days, and CEU membership and reimbursement.
TherapyTravelers provides each educator and clinician with a dedicated Relationship Manager to support and advocate on your behalf, so that you can focus on your patients and students.
“Everyone treats you like family. They are so incredibly supportive throughout the entire process.I could not have asked for a better experience. I am so pleased that I made the decision to call them. In addition, they have great pay, benefits, and openings all over the country.”
Speech-language pathologists work with people of all ages from children to adults. We know this is one of the most rewarding careers out there.
The 2019 median pay for Speech language pathologist jobs was $79,120 per year or $38.04 per hour, a lot higher than the country’s average pay making it one of the most lucrative professions out there.
The typical entry-level education, however, is higher for this field. You will need a master’s degree to find a good job and make a decent amount of money working as an slp. A more entry-level education would be to come on board as an SLPA until you have gone through the ropes of continuing education for employment change to officially become a speech therapist.
However, on our platform, you will find a variety of positions including jobs that do not require a master’s degree to administer treatment plans for your patients.
Work experience in a similar field is not required to get started but internship or residency programs are often mandatory. Most states require SLPs to have a valid license. However, requirements differ from state to state and you might be able to find jobs that do not require a license.
It is quite easy to get a job as an SLP due to the huge demand. There were 153,700 positions in 2018. The employment change rate for 2018 to 2028 is expected to be 41,900. The job outlook is very positive as well – 27%.
Right now there are several speech language pathologist jobs and the numbers are encouraging. About 7.7% of children aged 3-17 in the US have had voice, language, swallowing, or speech-related disorder in the last year. SLPs need a lot of patience to be able to deal with such children.
Some of these disorders (like swallowing disorders) last for a very short time period but some can take months and years to deal with.
As a speech language pathologist slp, you will be assessing, treating, and helping children overcome swallowing and communication issues including speed and language disorders. SLPs commonly work in schools but you may also find vacancies in hospitals and other healthcare facilities.
In school settings, SLPs are tasked with aiding in foundational development that has a profound and landing impact on their student’s lives. Here are a few tasks a speech-language pathologist is expected to perform at work:
The job outlook for SLP jobs are competitive but also very much in demand. Speech-language pathology jobs require patience and compassion. In fact, there appears to be a shortage of qualified applicants, especially in rural regions as a general rule for speech therapy.
This is due to a variety of reasons including a lack of good institutions. We treasure those that have chosen this profession and TherapyTravelers will work to get you placed in a position that values all that you have to offer.
It is important to look in the right place for the right job. Remember that salaries and benefits differ from state to state. If you browse jobs in this market you will find that Connecticut and California are the best for SLPs as the average salary in these states are above $92,000. On the other hand, Mississippi and Pennsylvania, and West Virginia are among the worst states for this job type as the salary here is lower than $59,000.
The good thing is that speech pathologist jobs (aka speech therapist) are in abundance. You will not have difficulty in finding a position for as long as you have the required skills and education. You can find some very lucrative pathologist jobs on our page that are both part time and full time positions.
Our mission is to attract, empower, and retain the finest speech-language pathologists out there. We research and list the best SLP jobs on the market so every human can manifest their full potential.
Go through available vacancies if you are looking for speech-language pathologist jobs. We have vacancies in all states for various levels.
If you are a job seeker in Los Angeles CA, Boston MA, Dallas TX, Chicago IL, North Dakota, South Dakota, Rhode Island (the list goes on…), Feel free to contact our team today looking to fill positions for local or travel therapy, to review our speech pathologist job openings, get career advice, and see if we can find the perfect fit.
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