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Guide: Why You Should Consider Being a School-Based SLP

April 15, 2018

We put together a very simple and brief infographic highlighting some reasons why you should consider being a school-based SLP.  Some of these reasons are factual while others subjective to opinion.  If you’re considering a move to a school setting, or you already are in a <school therapy job> and looking for a <travel SLP job>, then you should contact us and speak to a recruiter.

Also note, that some of these statistics are subject to job location and availability.

Reason 1: Job Satisfaction

  • Work with children on a daily basis
  • Wide range of disability to serve
  • Benefit to society and great fulfillment

Reason 2: Summers off / 185 Work year to:

  • Spend time with family & friends
  • Travel, travel, travel

Reason 3: Salary

  • Travel pay is more than permanent pay (and that applies to school-based travel SLP jobs)
  • Competitive pay vs healthcare based

Reason 4: Positive Job Outlook

23% Job Growth Expected

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