Warming Up to New SLP Jobs

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Is it possible to find speech therapist language jobs in a place that stays warm 12 months of the year?

Warming Up to New SLP Jobs

You know what's NOT fun? Getting up in the morning to a dark sky, getting ready for work, and hoping the car will start after the bitterly cold winter weather you've been getting lately. Oh, but it doesn't end there. First you have to spray some lock de-icer into the car keyhole just to open the darn door. Then, after you sit down in the driver's seat and rejoice because the car actually started, you realize that unless you scrape the ice from the windows, you're going to be sitting in the driveway for another twenty minutes.

Getting to work should never be this hard! Ever think about ditching those SLP jobs for something better? Working in speech language pathologist jobs is wonderful, but having to deal with nasty winters is a nightmare. Why not make an emergency phone call to PPR Healthcare Staffing? They probably already have a list of SLP jobs in much nicer climates just waiting for you! Instead of climbing out of bed and instantly freezing, you could be waking up to warm breezes and palm trees. Once the frost bite wears off, you'll find yourself really warming up to your new speech therapist travel jobs.

Getting started on your speech therapist travel jobs search is as easy as completing a 40 page exam and handing over your first born. Kidding! All you really have to do is visit the PPR Healthcare Staffing website and click on the Apply Now button at the top of the page. From there you'll fill out the Allied Health Profile. Once your application is cleared, you'll be able to have a good heart-to-heart with your personal recruiter to find out when you should be sticking a For Sale sign on that snow blower!



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