Montpelier has a mere nine thousand residents – the smallest capital in the US and is the only state capital without a McDonalds. In Waterbury, Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory offers daily tours, free samples, and a carnival-like atmosphere to its many visitors. Be sure to visit the Flavor Graveyard – a testament to the creative process. Ben & Jerry’s is not the largest employer – IBM is! Yet Vermont has the greatest number of dairy cows per person in the US. In fact, Vermont’s major industries are tourism and dairy farming. Fall foliage in Vermont is simply beyond compare, and millions of visitors each year agree.  Come see it for yourself by taking your next SLP job in Vermont.

Of course, after the leaves fall, the snow makes for great skiing and the scenic vistas year-round are breathtaking. Lake Champlain is one such place to visit for the pristine views and variety of activities, and the Green Mountain National Forest is another. Aside from its natural beauty, Vermont is also known for its people. Come experience Vermont and its people yourself during your SLP job.

We are currently seeking speech language pathologists for SLP jobs throughout the state of Vermont.  We offer a multitude of settings – from schools to hospitals.  To find your next SLP job, browse our Vermont hot jobs below or apply now.


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