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Physical Therapy Travel Jobs

  • Published: 2010-10-08 : Author: THERAKARE
  • Synopsis: Physical therapy jobs are an option for job-seekers who want to explore a variety of locations throughout the country.

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Physical therapy travel jobs are the best option for job-seekers who want to use their career as a means to explore a variety of locations throughout the country.

In the United States, the scope of physical therapy jobs is expanding and therefore, there is a constant increase in the number of qualified candidates as well. Physical therapy travel jobs are the best option for job-seekers who want to use their career as a means to explore a variety of locations throughout the country, while earning a decent pay.

Physical therapists and physical therapy assistants who are interested in such assignments can get the best job placements in healthcare facilities such as hospitals, clinics, home health agencies; government agencies, acute care hospitals, rehab hospitals, outpatient clinics, long term acute care hospitals, nursing facilities, and more. There are possibilities to work on short term, long term, temporary or contract basis.

Normally, the travel job assignments for physical therapy are available for 4 - 52 weeks. But, the duration of the stay might vary based on the employer and the assignment needs.

As a traveling physical therapist or assistant, you will receive competitive pay and full benefits packages such as:

In order to secure a job in this field, the candidates need to have a graduate or master's degree in physical therapy program and a state-issued license, whereas the therapist assistants are required to have on-the-job training or an associate's degree.

Qualified candidates who are trained both locally and internationally can find the right physical therapy travel jobs with the help of a staffing solution provider or by searching online. The recruitment agencies will provide all the necessary support and assistance to turn your dream career into reality.

As a physical therapist, your responsibility is to provide care for the elderly and the disabled. In that way, you are making a valuable contribution to society.

Based in Oklahoma, TheraKare aims at providing rewarding and exciting job opportunities for energetic and skilled professionals in the healthcare industry, primarily in careers such as physical therapists, occupational therapists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and speech therapists.

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