Speech-language pathology is highly rated in the U.S. News and World Report’s annual
job rankings, which are based on salary, the number of expected openings, advancement
opportunities, career fulfillment, stress level, and work-life balance (bit.ly/usnews-bestjobs). Speech-language pathology ranked #28 in the top 100 jobs overall.
According to the report, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicts that 28,900
speech-language pathology jobs will open before 2024, spurred by the aging baby boomer
generation and increased awareness of speech and language disorders in children.
The article cites speech-language pathologists’ median salary at $73,410 and their
unemployment rate at 1.8 percent.
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