Speech and Language Therapy Texas License Board

Discover Speech and Language Therapy Jobs in Texas

Bring your professional skills to patients just north of the border with a speech therapy travel job in Texas. You'll need your Texas speech and language therapy license first, but we've got you covered with all the information required to make that happen. On top of that, we've thrown in data about Texas speech therapy salaries as well as some links and information to help you apply for and land great Texas SLP travel jobs.

Whether you need a little guidance with the next step of your journey or you're not sure where to start at all, our recruiters and support staff are available to help. Reach out to Med Travelers today.

 

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Texas Speech and Language Therapy License

The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation offers a convenient online system for submitting and tracking your application. And while SLP salaries in the state are lower than the national average, so is the cost of living in Texas. That makes it a lucrative place to work and adventure in as an allied travel therapy pro.

You've probably heard that everything's bigger in the Lone Star State, and that's certainly true when it comes to the list of things you can do. Numerous iconic cities and historical sites are calling your name, but you can also enjoy great concerts, night light, museums and the beach in Texas. You'll find all the information you need to ensure you have your Texas speech and language therapist license in time for your next adventure here. And if you're left with any questions, feel free to reach out to us.

Texas SLP Helpful Information

Address
Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists
P.O. Box 12157
Austin, Texas 78711

Contact
Email: N/A
Phone: (512) 463-6599
Fax: (512) 463-9468

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SLP Salary Information

Being an allied traveler, especially with AMN Healthcare, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. Speech Language Pathologists in Texas earn an average annual salary of $74,060. Those who work on short-term travel assignments, usually up to 13 weeks, earn roughly 20% more than those in permanent positions. Travel SLPs also receive free housing, travel reimbursement, health benefits, life insurance and a retirement account.

 

Beyond the generous compensation, travel SLP and SLPA jobs come with intangible benefits, such as new friendships and experiences with every assignment. If working as a travel SLP sounds like a dream career path to you, kickstart your adventures and contact a recruiter below.

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