Take Your Allied Travel Career to Illinois
Opportunities abound for speech-language pathologists in Illinois, a state with one of the highest employment levels of SLPs in the country. You can access these exciting positions by obtaining your Illinois license to practice. This guide highlights what you need to know to get started, including information about licensure, average salaries, cost of living and available jobs for SLPs in the Prairie State.
If you're ready to take advantage of opportunities to grow your career, contact our staffing specialists about getting your licensure and finding a position that's right for you.