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Significant Information: Speech-Language Pathologists




  • About half work in educational services, and most others were employed by health care and social assistance facilities.
  • A masterís degree in speech-language pathology is the standard credential required for licensing in most States.
  • Employment is expected to grow because the expanding population in older age groups is prone to medical conditions that result in speech, language, and swallowing problems.
  • Excellent job opportunities are expected.