It’s great to have options.  Making choices and decisions is a natural part of life.  But let’s face it.  …sometimes those options can be overwhelming. That’s where we come in!  myPTsolutions exists to help you (and your future employer!) make the best, most informed decision possible when it comes to hiring and placing physical therapists. …

earning power

A physical therapist’s salary may be higher in some states than others, however, in reality, a combination of salary and cost of living (housing, food, transportation, taxes) determines the real value of a therapist’s earnings. Although a physical therapist’s salary may be lower than a colleague’s salary from a different state, they may enjoy a…

What is “travel therapy” and how does it differ from “contract therapy”? A “contractor” is generally a therapist who lives locally to the facility, but is compensated hourly and paid through a staffing agency. A “traveler,” like a contractor, is also paid hourly and paid by an agency, but has arrived from out of town…

Career fairs are a great way to make face-to-face introductions with recruiters and potential employers. They offer a social networking experience that you can’t replicate online, by phone or by simply submitting your resume. To maximize your time at your next career fair, you can take steps to make sure you’re prepared. Here’s what you…

Physical Therapist Employment Options

Physical, Occupational, and Speech Language Pathologists and their Assistants, have a great deal of variety in employment settings, as well as employer types to choose from. Sometimes the multitude of choices becomes overwhelming. You may have entered the workforce in one type of employment, and not even be aware of the other options that are…

Are you interested in becoming a pediatric therapist? Physical, Occupational, or Speech Therapists who work in pediatric settings have a special role in the development or healing of children with injuries, developmental delays or chronic conditions that affect mobility or language development. Pediatric employment settings can include inpatient (children’s hospitals), outpatient (specialty clinics), early childhood…

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Mentorship programs have much to offer the newly graduated physical therapist! As crazy as it seems, seven years of college was the first step to prepare you for your career, and you still have more to learn before becoming a full-fledged physical therapist. A mentorship serves as a middle ground between college and your permanent…

A.   I am a student at Stockton College, and I am interested in becoming an Occupational Therapist. I already did my observation hours. I was wondering, if you can help me find a paying internship or more observation? Thank You Q.   Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a “paying internship” for therapy…

DEVIN’S ANSWER Helping people gain strength, and regain independence. It’s very rewarding to help patients “graduate” from therapy. RHONDA’S ANSWER Devin, I could not have said it any better. In addition, I work with folks who are 85 an older. Their life histories and wisdom are wonderful. [border_divider_fit_page_layout]PT Solution’s Therapy Job Board contains Travel (Contract)…

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