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What is the average salary for a Speech Language Pathologist?

The average salary of a Speech Language Pathologist is $35.6. Salaries start from $21.6 and go up to $52.8. Please note that the average salary for a Speech Language Pathologist may vary depending on several factors, like level of education, amount of experience, industry, company size and location. Our source, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, produces some of the United States most sensitive and important economic information, which is based on their strongest commitment to accuracy, quality and integrity.

$0 $52.8
Starting ($21.57)
Junior ($26.76)
Experienced ($34.04)
Senior ($42.87)
Highest ($52.79)
Highest

The top 10% of Speech Language Pathologists in United States earn:

$52.8
Senior

The top 25% of Speech Language Pathologists in United States earn:

$42.9
Experienced

The middle 50% of Speech Language Pathologists in United States earn:

$34.0
Junior

The bottom 25% of Speech Language Pathologists in United States earn:

$26.8
Starting

The bottom 10% of Speech Language Pathologists in United States earn:

$21.6

Historical salary

Speech Language Pathologist salary by state

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State Salary Rank
California 41.4 1
New Jersey 41.1 2
Colorado 40.3 3
Maryland 39.1 4
Nevada 39.1 5
Connecticut 38.8 6
New York 38.7 7
District of Columbia 38.5 8
Alaska 38.4 9
Massachusetts 37.3 10
Rhode Island 36.9 11
Virginia 36.9 12
Pennsylvania 36.7 13
Michigan 36.1 14
Delaware 35.8 15
Illinois 35.6 16
United States 35.6 17
Florida 35.5 18
New Mexico 35.2 19
Texas 35.1 20
Hawaii 34.9 21
Ohio 34.7 22
Indiana 34.6 23
Minnesota 34.3 24
Washington 34.3 25
Arkansas 33.9 26
North Carolina 33.6 27
Oregon 33.5 28
Georgia 33.5 29
Kansas 33.1 30
Kentucky 32.8 31
Arizona 32.7 32
Missouri 32.4 33
Iowa 32.3 34
Wyoming 32.2 35
Montana 31.6 36
Alabama 31.3 37
Utah 31.3 38
Wisconsin 31.3 39
Idaho 31.2 40
South Carolina 31.0 41
New Hampshire 31.0 42
Tennessee 30.9 43
Vermont 30.8 44
Maine 29.4 45
West Virginia 29.3 46
Nebraska 29.0 47
Mississippi 28.8 48
Oklahoma 28.5 49
Louisiana 28.4 50
North Dakota 27.0 51
South Dakota 24.4 52
Puerto Rico 20.8 53

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