Come experience natural and enchanting beauty during a SLP job in New Mexico. Aptly named due to Latin influences to the south, New Mexico is one of the four corner states, the only place where four states’ boundaries meet in the same place. The Rio Grande is its longest river and runs the entire length of the state. A little known fact – one-quarter of New Mexico is wooded, and it has no fewer than seven national forests. The largest of those is Gila National Forest - encompassing 3.3 million acres and including Gila Wilderness. This huge area (438,000 acres) is a completely protected wilderness with hot springs, fishing streams, and thick forests of fir and spruce. This state’s constitution dictates that New Mexico is bilingual, and approximately 1 out of 3 families speak Spanish at home. Head to New Mexico for your next SLP job to experience the Latin culture.
We are currently seeking speech language pathologists for SLP jobs throughout the state of New Mexico. We offer a multitude of settings – from schools to hospitals. To find your next SLP job, browse our New Mexico hot jobs below or apply now.