SLP Employment Data by City

As more children, adults, and seniors seek treatment for communicative and swallowing disorders, the need for licensed speech-language pathologists (SLPs) is expected to increase in cities across the United States. After earning a speech pathology master’s degree and meeting your state’s licensure requirements, you could enter this fulfilling field, which is expected to offer 41,900 new jobs between 2018 and 2028.1

Visit the pages below to learn about the average SLP salary and related employment data in select cities across the United States.

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1 Bureau of Labor Statistics, US Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook HandbookSpeech-Language Pathologists, Job Outlook (accessed May 29, 2020) arrow_upwardReturn to footnote reference