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I've been trying to find some idea of a career I want for a long time. I love things in all the humanities, but there isn't really anything in that field that would give me a safe-paying job, and I do...
1 answers - Asked By: - 4/14/2013
What are the pros 'n cons of each? which one in YOUR opinion is better?? why? some personal experiance would be nice, and some comparisons, too. Thank you all =>
3 answers - Asked By: Constantly Curious - 11/13/2007
Besides working with patients on a daily basis
1 answers - Asked By: - 10/20/2013
I mean, all I hear is "you can work at a hospital", but what specific roles? Just trying to get more details.
1 answers - Asked By: hello - 11/17/2011
How medical is your job? Is it hard to deal with parents? What is it like work in private practice vs. school?
1 answers - Asked By: dilila_may - 12/3/2007
I'm a junior in high school and have started to do research on becoming a speech-language pathologist. I hear that you can work in a variety of places such as outpatient clinics, hospitals, and school...
1 answers - Asked By: eternity12 - 4/11/2010
I'm interested in answers from people who are familiar with the medical field and both of these jobs. I am a first year college student and interested in both of these careers. I would love to hear ab...
2 answers - Asked By: Tennisgirl - 5/10/2010
Do you like your job? How medical is it really? Do you work full or part time? How hard was it to get into grad school? Did you have a ba in comm disorders or other? How long have you been workin...
1 answers - Asked By: dilila_may - 6/11/2008
How do you like your job? Do you ever consider switching to another field or are you very satisfied? Why or why not? Do you know about the job prospects in NYC (as a speech pathologist)? I'm curre...
1 answers - Asked By: Me - 10/23/2007
I have a few questions Would you say this career field is highly competitive? I know with OT they said they would accept 33 of approx. 200 applicants, which I consider not too bad, so how is SPL compa...
2 answers - Asked By: ℬℓỉѕѕƒυℓdяεąmsღ - 2/18/2014
I'm thinking of majoring in Speech & Language Pathology My question is, what exactly is the job description and realistically whats the necessary education for it. If someone can really give me insig...
1 answers - Asked By: Harriet T - 7/8/2009
It seems like an extremely rewarding career, but I'm worried about the amount of time spent outside of normal work hours to create lesson plans and do paperwork. My mom is a teacher and she spends hou...
2 answers - Asked By: heather25 - 3/10/2009
I REALLY enjoy the allied health field. so, i want 2 know from someone connected to slp (patient OR therapist) if they use alot of medical knowledge. or, is it more psychology based??? does it involve...
2 answers - Asked By: Constantly Curious - 8/15/2007
I'm a first year graduate student in speech-language pathology. I absolutely love it. I wouldn't choose to do anything else. I knew going in what the salary was & I thought it was fine...obviously ...
1 answers - Asked By: it'sjustme - 9/10/2006
I've been volunteering at a pediatric rehab center for a while and I LOVE it. So I looked into occupational therapist. But now I want to more about speech language pathology(specifically with children...
1 answers - Asked By: - 8/10/2011
I've been volunteering at a pediatric rehab center for a while and I LOVE it. So I looked into occupational therapist. But now I want to more about speech language pathology(specifically with children...
1 answers - Asked By: - 8/10/2011
Ok, i like both, but i need to know which one you would pick. i need some feedback. which one involves the most health science, and is more interesting. Thank you all.
3 answers - Asked By: Constantly Curious - 11/29/2007
I mean, all I hear is "you can work at a hospital", but what specific roles? Just trying to get more details.
2 answers - Asked By: hello - 11/19/2011
How much work does one take home? How much interaction do you have with patients? Are supervisors overly demanding or can one essentially practice alone with little input from a boss? Thanks.
1 answers - Asked By: dilila_may - 9/27/2009
Are there men in this field. What i mean is that is the majority of slp's female? A male freshman in college and thinking about in majoring in speech pathology although ive heard that it's mostly a ...
3 answers - Asked By: hasa300 - 2/24/2008
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