Speech-Language Pathology

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Searching for speech-language pathologist jobs? You’re in the right place: CareerStaff has SLP jobs and SLPA jobs open across the U.S., complete with top pay, flexible scheduling, and amazing benefits.

Whether you’re looking for short-term, long-term, PRN, or travel speech therapy jobs, you can find the job you’re looking for with CareerStaff — and build a career out of it, your way.

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From local to travel assignments, you’ll find the speech therapy and speech-language pathology job opportunities you’re seeking with CareerStaff.

SLP Jobs

Speech therapy jobs are growing in pay and demand. Get the rewarding opportunity to empower individuals of all ages to communicate effectively, gain confidence, and build independence.


Support speech-language pathologists in delivering vital therapeutic services, helping individuals achieve communication goals, and enhance their quality of life.

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What is Speech Therapy?

Speech therapy, also known as speech-language pathology, provides personalized healthcare to improve communication skills. Whether overcoming speech impediments or refining communication skills, speech-language pathology jobs empower individuals to express themselves confidently and effectively.

What Do Speech Therapists and Pathologists Do?

As a speech therapist or pathologist, you’ll also have the opportunity to make a difference in your patients’ lives each day as you:

  • Assess speech, language, and swallowing disorders through evaluation and observation.
  • Develop tailored speech-language pathology treatment plans to address specific therapy goals.
  • Implement speech therapy techniques and exercises to improve speech clarity, language comprehension, and swallowing function.

FAQs: Speech-Language Pathology Jobs

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How to become a speech-language pathologist?

To become a speech-language pathologist, you’ll need to:

●  Earn a bachelor’s degree in speech pathology.
●  Earn a master’s degree in speech pathology from an accredited program (often choosing a specialization).
●  Pass the Praxis Exam.
●  Lastly, meet any other specific requirements to become licensed in your state, which may include additional education, clinical experience, and more.

Learn more on how to become an SLP.

What skills do you need for a career in speech therapy?

Speech therapists are analytical, critical thinkers who can effectively communicate therapies and techniques with compassion. Therefore, you might be a great fit for speech therapy jobs if you have strong:

● Communication skills
● Empathy and patience
● Attention to detail
● Adaptability and flexibility
● Organizational skills

Where do SLPs and SLPAs work?

Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) commonly work in schools, educational services, offices of speech therapists and audiologists, or hospital settings. SLP jobs and SLPA jobs can also be found in long-term care/nursing facilities, home health facilities, and outpatient centers.

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Your Setting. Your Next SLP Job.

Looking for your next speech-language pathology job? Join CareerStaff’s nationwide network for access to opportunities at some of the most admired facilities. Thanks to our reputation as a leading healthcare job provider, we have opportunities in both local and travel assignments in a variety of settings, like:  

  • Outpatient clinics
  • Rehab facilities
  • Schools and educational facilities 
  • Skilled nursing and long-term care facilities

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