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Speech and Language Therapy Connecticut License Board

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Discovering promising job prospects for speech-language pathologists across the nation is exciting, but Connecticut stands out with its exceptionally lucrative opportunities. Navigate your way through accessing SLP jobs in this picturesque New England state with our concise guide. We've compiled essential information on obtaining your license, exploring average SLP salaries, and identifying job openings that provide competitive pay and benefits.

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Securing Your License

A Guide to Obtaining Your Connecticut Speech and Language Therapy License

Before you start practicing, obtain your state license from the Department of Health. Complete applications are typically reviewed within three to four weeks. Salaries for SLPs in Connecticut are, on average, the highest in the country, according to data gathered by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The cost of living in the state is 7.8% higher than the national average.


Connecticut is a desirable place to live and work. It boasts a top-notch quality of life and ranks highly for health care, natural environment, safety and education. When you're finished your shift as an SLP, spend your time relaxing on sandy beaches, strolling through vineyards, sampling tasty seafood and browsing art galleries and museums. To learn more about living and working as an SLP in this beautiful New England state, connect with a recruiter today.

Conneticut SLP Helpful Information

Connecticut Speech and Language Pathologist Licensure

410 Capitol Ave., MS #12 APP
Hartford, CT 06134

Phone: (860) 509-7603
Fax: (860) 707-1930

Website | Practice Act | License Verification | Legislative Links

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Connecticut Speech and Language Therapy Salary

Exploring Compensation Insights in the Field

Being an allied traveler, especially with AMN Healthcare, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. We provide perks such as private furnished housing or a housing allowance, full health benefits, 401(k) retirement plans, life insurance, travel reimbursement and continuing education. And while SLPs in Connecticut earn the highest annual mean wage in the country at $101,410, travel assignments often pay an average of 20% better than staff positions.


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