Whether Georgia is a destination that's always beckoned or you already consider it home, an exciting SLP opportunity is within reach once you've acquired a state license. To help smooth the way to your next job, here are resources about applying for your speech-language therapy license in Georgia, average salaries and some of the opportunities that await.
Our recruiters are happy to help you navigate the licensing process and find an SLP job that meets your needs.
How to Get Your Georgia Speech and Language Therapy License
The Georgia Board of Examiners takes an average of four to five weeks to process SLP license applications. While speech-language pathologists in Georgia earn an average annual salary that's less than the nationwide average, residents also pay less for daily expenses. This affordable state has a cost of living that's 6.6% lower than the national index.
People are drawn to Georgia for its irresistible charms — scenic mountain getaways, idyllic coastal shorelines, waterfall hikes and glittering city skylines. It's one of the top 20 states to live in, fueled by a strong economy and infrastructure. If you want to learn more about getting an SLP job in this beautiful Southern state, connect with one of our personal recruiters.
How long does it take to receive your speech and language therapy license in Georgia?
It typically takes between four and five weeks to receive your speech and language therapy license in Georgia. Applications that are incomplete or require board review may take longer. This is average compared to other speech and language therapy licenses across the United States.
Georgia speech and language therapy contact information
Georgia Board of Examiners of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
237 Coliseum Drive
Macon, Georgia 31217
Phone: (844) 753-7825
Fax: (866) 888-7127
Georgia Speech and Language Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. Speech-language pathologists earn an average mean wage of $78,440 in Georgia. While this is a competitive salary, travel assignments typically fetch 20% more than staff positions. As a travel clinician, you also receive health benefits, furnished housing, travel reimbursement and a retirement plan.
In addition, Med Travelers gives you the support of a team of experts as you build your career, with guidance from placement, licensure, housing and benefits specialists whenever needed. Explore some of the SLP jobs currently seeking skilled professionals and submit your application today. We can help you secure a position with generous pay, great benefits and a chance to live in amazing locations throughout the country.