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If you're looking for opportunities to use your valuable speech-language pathology skills in a new position, consider practicing in Washington. SLPs are needed in schools, hospitals, clinics and skilled nursing facilities throughout this fast-growing state.
This guide highlights job opportunities for SLPs in Washington, including salary, benefits and licensure requirements. If you'd like help getting started, chat with our staffing specialists about obtaining your license and finding a speech-language pathologist position that meets your personal and career goals.