American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Salary Reports and Data for Speech Language Pathologists in Schools

Salary Data for Speech-Language Pathologists in Schools
ASHA fields two major surveys each year, alternating among four target populations: audiologists, school-based speech-language pathologists, health care-based speech-language pathologists, and a rotating population. The surveys collect and provide data (e.g. salary data) on specific segments of the Association membership. Survey results are presented in reports by profession and topic.

Salary Supplement Guide
The purpose of this resource is to help you become a knowledgeable and empowered advocate for yourself, the professions, and the children and families that you serve. Revised as a Web-based document, you are able to select only the sections you are interested in. We hope that the updated information that you find in this guide will be relevant and useful to you in your efforts to advocate for a salary supplement initiative.

U.S. News and World Report: Best Jobs of 2012: Speech Language Pathologist
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that speech therapists made a median annual salary of $66,920 in 2010. The highest-paid in the profession earned approximately $103,630 in 2010, while the lowest-paid 10 percent had a salary of approximately $42,970.

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