Speech-Language Pathology Salary in Vermont

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics provides annual salaries and hourly wages for speech-language pathologists in Burlington-South Burlington and the rural areas of Vermont as of 2015:

Area name
Annual mean wage
Burlington-South Burlington VT
Southern Vermont nonmetropolitan area
Northern Vermont nonmetropolitan area

Speech-Language Pathology Employment in Vermont

The Vermont Department of Labor predicts that the number of jobs for speech-language pathologists in Vermont will increase by 10.3% between 2014 and 2024. The Department estimates that an average of 14 jobs a year will become available during the period of these projections.


Featured Schools:

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*U.S. News & World Report, 2018

The US Department of Labor in partnership with Infogroup® identifies all of the businesses in Vermont that employ SLPs. This Department identified 1,136 such businesses as of 2016. The larger industries that employ speech-language pathologists in Vermont are shown below:

  • Schools: 642
  • Physical Therapists: 224
  • Home Health Service: 54
  • School Districts: 51
  • Hospitals: 38
  • Nursing and Convalescent Homes: 28
  • Speech Pathologists: 26

Companies in Vermont that are founded by SLPs or focus solely on this specialty include:

  • Bennington: Tracy Locher
  • Brattleboro: Shine Speech Therapy, LLC
  • Burlington: Fletcher Allen Speech Therapy
  • Burlington: Julia C Walberg
  • Burlington: Rhonda Panucco
  • Chittenden: Robin Smith Ogg
  • Colchester: Maryellen Gallagher
  • Hartford: Speak Vermont
  • Jerciho: Steffani L Wilson
  • Johnson: Mary B Asper
  • Manchester Center: Beth McCoy
  • Manchester Center: Jennifer L Breen
  • Montpelier: Voice
  • Newport: Corrine Rossignol
  • Norwich: Amelia Wagner
  • Pittsford: Wayne Flewelling
  • Richmond: Susan Emple
  • Rutland: Courtney Morrow
  • Rutland: Elilzabeth Whitcomb
  • Rutland: Speech & Language Therapy
  • South Newfane: Erika A Connor
  • South Burlington: Jenna Lewandowski
  • South Burlington: Krista Shea
  • Williston: Jessica Joblonski

Salaries for Speech-Language Pathologists in Vermont

Vermont’s Department of Labor provides the salaries for speech-language pathologists in the state as of 2015. The range from the median (50%) to the top 10% are shown below:

Top 10%:

  • Annual: $98,300
  • Hourly: $47.26

Top 25%:

  • Annual: $79,580
  • Hourly: $38.26


  • Annual: $66,700
  • Hourly: $32.07

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