Speech-Language Pathology Salary in Wyoming

Speech-language pathologists in Wyoming with salaries that fell within the top 10% earned an average of $96,157 ($46.23 hourly) as of 2015 according to the state’s Department of Workforce Services. The median salary among SLPs in the state was $68,983 that year ($33.60 hourly).

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The Department provides salary ranges for SLPs in many of the most populated counties in Wyoming. SLPs in Albany County whose salaries fell within the top 10% earned an average of 10.8% more than the national average for SLPs in this top bracket (ranges shown are from median-90th percentile):

Albany County:

  • Annual: $63,240 – $127,248
  • Hourly: $30.40 – $61.18

Campbell County:

  • Annual: $84,107 – $98,203
  • Hourly: $40.43 – $47.22

Fremont County:

  • Annual: $68,203 – $82,235
  • Hourly: $32.79 – $39.53

Laramie County:

  • Annual: $72,219 – $101,115
  • Hourly: $34.73 – $48.61

Natrona County:

  • Annual: $61,284 – $94,503
  • Hourly: $29.46 – $45.43

Sheridan County:

  • Annual: $75,457 – $108,113
  • Hourly: $36.27 – 51.99

High Job Growth and Numerous Employers for SLPs in Wyoming

The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services estimates that the number of jobs for speech-language pathologists in the state will increase by 19% between 2014 and 2024, opening up an average of 137 jobs a year during this period.

In partnership with the US Department of Labor, Infogroup® reported that 1,005 organizations in Wyoming employ SLPs. More than half of these organizations are schools:

  • Individual Schools – 518
  • School Districts – 36
  • Religious Schools – 25
  • Schools with Special Academic Education – 25
  • Boards of Education – 2

The remaining employers include a variety of healthcare organizations with the main types shown below:

  • Physical Therapists – 149
  • Home Health Services – 97
  • Hospitals – 54
  • Speech Pathologists – 27
  • Nursing and Convalescent Homes – 16
  • Audioloigsat – 14
  • Hospices – 10
  • Occupational Therapists – 8

Speech-Language Practices in Casper and Cheyenne:

Clinics and other independent practices that primarily focus on speech-language pathology in Wyoming’s major cities are shown below. This list is to illustrate the variety of practices in the state and is not menat to be a guarantee that jobs are currently available with any of these organizatons:

Casper:

  • Diane Marie Branson
  • Heather Stengel
  • Mountain View Audiology
  • Rebecca Rothenberg
  • Shriver Therapy Group Clinic
  • Wyoming SLP

Cheyenne:

  • Alisa Martinez
  • Childhood Language Clinic
  • Gwendolyn Stout
  • Karyn Ann Longstreet
  • Leah Horst
  • Lindsay Worrell
  • Mountain West Speech Services, LLC
  • Wyoming Speech & Language

Speech-Language Pathology Salaries in Wyoming’s Major Metro and Non-Metro Areas

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics provides annual salaries and hourly wages for speech-language pathologists in Casper, Cheyenne, and the rural areas of Wyoming as of 2015:

Area name
Employment
Annual mean wage
Casper WY
50
66660
Cheyenne WY
60
75450
Northwest Wyoming nonmetropolitan area
70
64250
Southwest Wyoming nonmetropolitan area
60
63890
Northeast Wyoming nonmetropolitan area
50
77920
Central-Southeastern Wyoming nonmetropolitan area
40
76080

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