Speech-language pathologists are needed in schools, skilled nursing and medical settings throughout Minnesota to help patients of all ages. The first step toward landing a fulfilling SLP job is to acquire your state license. Here's a guide to help with your career planning, including information about licensure, potential earnings, cost of living and SLP job options in Minnesota.
If you need assistance laying the groundwork for your speech and language therapy career, get in contact with our recruiting team. We can find a job that matches your skills in any setting that appeals to you. We also have experts who can help ensure your licensure is in order so you can get to work as soon as possible.
How to Get Your Minnesota Speech and Language Therapy License
It can take between four and eight weeks for the Minnesota state board to process license applications. While SLPs in the state earn an annual mean salary that's below the national average, Minnesota residents spend less for basic living expenses and enjoy a cost of living cheaper than the national average.
All things considered, the North Star State is a great place to live. U.S. News named it as the third best state in the country because of its natural environment, opportunity, health care and infrastructure. It offers something for everyone, whether you want to escape into nature or enjoy cities rich in culture. Contact our recruiters to learn more about lining up a speech-language pathology job in Minnesota that's personally and professionally rewarding.
How long does it take to receive your speech and language therapy license in Minnesota?
It typically takes between four and eight weeks for the Minnesota state board to review applications and issue licenses. This is slow compared to other speech and language therapy licenses across the United States. Temporary licenses are usually issued within 10 business days of receipt of a completed application.
Minnesota speech and language therapy contact information
Speech-Language Pathologist and Audiologist Licensing
85 E Seventh Place, Suite 220
Saint Paul, MN 55101
Phone: (651) 201-3726
Fax: (651) 201-3839
Minnesota Speech and Language Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. We provide free housing that's ready for you to move into, or a housing allowance if you wish to arrange your own accommodation. Our clinicians receive comprehensive health benefits, a retirement plan and continuing education. While the annual mean salary for SLPs in Minnesota is $77,710, travel SLPs often make more than those in permanent placements, helping to boost your salary above the national average.
Working as a travel speech-language pathologist is a rewarding endeavor that lets you grow your career and make new friendships and connections throughout the country. If you're intrigued by the idea, take a look at some of the exciting travel SLP jobs that are available. We get new postings regularly, so submit your application and let our recruiters help you find the ideal assignments to satisfy your goals.