Give your career a boost by getting your speech-language pathology license in Maryland. Once your licensure is approved, you can accept a lucrative SLP job anywhere in the state. Learn more about working as a speech therapist in Maryland with this handy guide.
If the idea of undertaking a job search and getting your paperwork in order is daunting, contact our friendly recruiters. We can help you get your license and match you to a job that suits your skills, whether you're a seasoned SLP professional or recent graduate.
How to Get Your Maryland Speech and Language Therapy License
Maryland's state board typically takes two to five weeks to process licensure applications, depending on when all information is complete. SLPs in the state earn an above-average salary, making this a particularly attractive destination for qualified clinicians. You may find that expenses such as housing, utilities and groceries are more expensive in Maryland than other states, as the cost of living is higher than the national average. Consider a travel assignment with housing subsidies to help offset some of your expenses.
Maryland is a treasure trove of landscapes, offering plenty of opportunities to rejuvenate in nature when you're not working. Spend time in the mountains or on the beaches, and travel scenic byways past farmland, rolling hills and wineries. Ask our recruiters about an SLP job in a bustling city or small town so you can gain career experience in a place that suits your personal preferences.
How long does it take to receive your speech and language therapy license in Maryland?
It typically takes between two and five weeks to receive your speech and language therapy license in Maryland. This is average compared to other speech and language therapy licenses across the United States. Licensure applications that are complete at least one week prior to the next board meeting are presented for approval at that meeting. Otherwise, applications may not be approved until the following month's board meeting.
Maryland speech and language therapy contact information
Board of Audiologists, Hearing Aid Dispensers and Speech-Language Pathologists
Metro Executive Building
4201 Patterson Avenue
Baltimore, MD. 21215-2299
Phone: (410) 764-4725
Fax: (410) 358-0273
Maryland Speech and Language Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. SLPs in Maryland earn an average mean salary of $83,850, which is higher than the national average. Whether you're helping to fill staffing gaps in a school or clinical setting, most travel SLPs earn about 20% more than permanent staff, and also receive competitive medical, dental, vision and life insurance.
There aren't many jobs that give you a chance to help patients while exploring parts of the country you've always wanted to see. Connect with our staffing specialists to learn more about travel speech-language pathology jobs. We have a full team to assist you, including recruiters to keep you working, licensure specialists to assist with paperwork, and housing experts to arrange complimentary accommodation. You don't need to wait to get started — submit your application today.
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