If you're looking to advance your speech and language therapy career in a dynamic environment, consider getting your state licensure in Idaho. Career planning takes careful research, so we've put together this guide to help with your decision-making. Read on to learn more about average SLP salaries, job opportunities, licensure and cost of living in Idaho.
While there's a lot of information on the internet, it also helps to connect directly with experts. Our recruiters are part of the country's leading network of healthcare staffing specialists. Feel free to get in touch to learn more about getting your SLP licensure and finding the perfect job for your skills in Idaho.
How to Get Your Idaho Speech and Language Therapy License
Complete applications are reviewed by the Idaho state licensing board at regularly scheduled board meetings as long as they're received at least seven days in advance. SLPs in Idaho receive an annual average salary that's lower than the nationwide average, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, Idaho is also an affordable state, with a cost of living that's cheaper than the national index.
There's a lot to love about the Gem State, which boasts chic urban hubs surrounded by dramatic landscapes: snow-capped peaks, freestanding sand dunes, sapphire blue hot springs and scenic backcountry byways. Find out how you can work in a destination ranked as one of the country's top 20 best states to live in and connect with our recruiters today.
How long does it take to receive your speech and language therapy license in Idaho?
It typically takes between two and four weeks to receive your speech and language therapy license in Idaho. This is fast compared to other speech and language therapy licenses across the United States.
Complete licensure applications, including all documentation and fees, must be received seven business days prior to a board meeting to be considered. Applications received after that date may be held over until the next meeting, usually held monthly.
Idaho speech and language therapy contact information
Idaho Speech, Hearing and Communication Services Licensure Board
1351 West Chinden Blvd., Building #6
Boise, ID 83714
Phone: (208) 334-3233
Idaho 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 annual salary of $72,470 in Idaho. Allied travelers who choose the flexibility of temporary assignments typically receive a 20% boost in earnings over clinicians in permanent positions. Travel SLP jobs also offer free, furnished accommodation or a housing allowance, health benefits, life insurance and a retirement account to round out the lucrative compensation package.
If you're keen to discover more about the benefits of working as a travel SLP, contact us today to get started. It's a great way to build your career, earn a competitive salary and benefits and visit unique destinations you might otherwise not travel to.