Speech-Language Pathology Salary
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Speech-Language Pathology Salary

The demand for speech and linguistic therapy has been trending upward as public school systems are now more than ever making SLP services available to students, as strides are being made to identify and diagnose disorders early, and as a greater number of elderly stroke survivors undergo therapy, among other factors.

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Speech Language Pathologist Salaries in Canada
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Speech Language Pathologist Salaries in Canada

How much does a Speech Language Pathologist make? The national average salary for a Speech Language Pathologist is $97,585 in Canada. Filter by location to see Speech Language Pathologist salaries in your area. Salary estimates are based on 102 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by Speech Language Pathologist employees.

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Frequency and phenotype of thalamic aphasia
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Frequency and phenotype of thalamic aphasia

Aphasia is a recognized presenting symptom of thalamic lesions. Little is known regarding its frequency and phenotype. We examined the frequency of thalamic aphasia following Isolated Acute unilateral ischemic Lesions in the Thalamus (IALT) with respect to lesion location. Furthermore, we characterized thalamic aphasia according to affected language domains and severity.

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Speech-Language Pathology Salary in California
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Speech-Language Pathology Salary in California

As of 2020, speech-language pathologists in California earned an average salary of $95,570 according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, which comes to nearly $46 an hour. More experienced SLPs with salaries in the top 25% earned $112,320 that year, or $54 an hour, while the highest paid SLPs in California in the top 10% earned more than $130,110, which works out to more than $62.50 an hour.

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Speech-Language Pathologists - Job Outlook
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Speech-Language Pathologists - Job Outlook

Employment of speech-language pathologists is projected to grow 29 percent from 2020 to 2030, much faster than the average for all occupations. About 15,200 openings for speech-language pathologists are projected each year, on average, over the decade. Many of those openings are expected to result from the need to replace workers who transfer to different occupations or exit the labor force, such as to retire.

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