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…

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Networking—or communicating and building connections with other professionals in your field—is easier today than ever before. That’s because the Internet and social media give Physical and Occupational Therapists, and Speech Language Pathologists many more networking avenues beyond in-person professional events. Make time! It’s invaluable Therapists have packed daily schedules and interact with people all day…

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…

Don’t let breaks in employment hurt your potential job offers. Many hiring managers are wary of candidates with holes in their work history, but you can avoid negative stigma with the following suggestions. In fact, depending on your reason for an employment gap, you may be able to use it to your advantage. Here’s what…

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of May 2017, the mean annual salary for a PT in the United States was $82,180.  Physical Therapists have one of the higher healthcare earning potentials, compared to many other healthcare professions; such as nurses, occupational therapists, or speech language pathologists.  The law of supply and demand…

If you are in the market for a new job, you have undoubtedly read the numerous posts online about how to craft a resume, prep for an interview, and how to properly network with potential employers. What you may not realize is how important your online presence is for finding a new job, and how…

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. myPTsolutions’ Therapy Job Board contains Travel (Contract) Jobs…

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