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Im thinking of studying this for my masters! I was wondering for current students or SLT's after graduating is it easy or hard to find a job in this role ? And do you find this careers something you can always go back to if you 'take a break' (for example a teacher).
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Everyone I know from my course is now gainfully employed in SLT. There's always a demand for SLTs, definitely, although some people find they do have to move for their first job. Depends how wedded you are to location plus how fussy you are about the type of job you do (which client group, setting etc.). Yes, you can take a career break, yes, and there are supported return to practice programmes within the NHS.
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Everyone I know from my course is now gainfully employed in SLT. There's always a demand for SLTs, definitely, although some people find they do have to move for their first job. Depends how wedded you are to location plus how fussy you are about the type of job you do (which client group, setting etc.). Yes, you can take a career break, yes, and there are supported return to practice programmes within the NHS.
Thank you for this information. May I ask, did you study as as an undergraduate or masters? and how did you find your course and experience as an overall SLT?
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