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Based on 672 responses, the job of Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.98 out of 5. On average, Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP)s are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP)?

March 2019
"Mediocre at best."
Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) in Atlanta:
Pros: Providing skilled therapy to patients in need.
Cons: Management.
January 2021
"Unappreciated, overlooked."
Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) in Sarnia:
Pros: Independence, great co workers, summers off
Cons: Not enough staff, huge caseloads, administration not supportive
July 2015
"Fulfilling, but hectic. Productivity makes it hard."
Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP):
Pros: The people are awesome.
Cons: Productivity is terrible. No time allotted to ever get organized or plan.
July 2015
Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP):
Pros: The children.
Cons: Paperwork.
September 2015
Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP):
Pros: Seeing improvement in the people I work with.
Cons: I feel the company doesn't value their employees.
December 2015
Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP):
Pros: My coworkers and the rewarding feeling of clients meeting their goals.
Cons: The pay.
March 2016
"Very Prepared."
Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP):
Pros: I am given the freedom to treat patients in the best way I see fit while collaborating with my fellow employees. Given the responsibility to manage my time and effort in the most efficient way I see fit to achieve tasks. Great relationship with my main supervisor and have been told on many occasions that I am a big asset to the team and company.
Cons: At times, belittled by CEO of company by her undermining my plan of care and pushed to make recommendations based e money and revenue of facility. When the CEO has not Speech-language Pathology background. Also, no room for growth in responsibilities or pay increases.