Interview Questions for PT, PTA, OT, COTA AND SLP Professionals.

There are a lot of interview questions for therapists to ANSWER… but what about those questions you should ASK during an interview?   Asking the right questions during an employment interview is important for two reasons. First, asking questions shows the interviewer that you are prepared and interested in the job. Second, these questions will help…

Therapy Salary for physical therapists varies depending on your location. According to Monster.com’s Healthcare Analytics, States with the most openings: California, Texas, Florida, New York, Illinois States with the high salaries: California, New Jersey, Maryland, Nevada, Rhode Island If you are interested in market research in therapy salary for a specific city or state, contact…

Post-professional degree – not only do more and more PT’s have PhDs but who wouldn’t want a nice salary boost? According to USNews, the top five continuing education physical therapy graduate schools are: University of Southern Cal – LA, CA University of Delaware – Newark, DE University of Pittsburgh – Pitts, PA Washington University in…

Specialist certification is the primary indicator of advanced clinical knowledge, experience, and skills in a special area of practice. This certification also helps to assist consumers and the health care community in identifying experienced physical therapists with the specific treatment they are seeking. (Note: If you are not interested in immediately pursuing a post-professional degree,…

Location, Location, Location. Usually location has a great deal to do with determining whether or not you are interested in working at a specific facility. However, there are factors that make a long commute, or packing up your bags and moving, worth your while. What Makes Your Therapy Job Worthwhile? The number one thing that…

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