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2014 Salary Survey Results

It's time to see what survey takers had to say about their compensation and career choices.

We had over 2,400 speech and hearing professionals participate in our 2014 salary survey, and it's time to see what they had to say about their compensation and career choices. Like last year, results will be revealed in three installments. Part one takes a look at average salaries by employment status, practice setting, age and therapy budgets. Part two breaks it down by education, title, salary change, gender and overtime. The final installment addresses region, geographical location, experience, benefits and retirement.


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