Category: Travel Physical Therapy Job Advice

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Even Therapists Can Use a Little Therapy

Each start to a new year can be beneficial to your psyche. It can provide a cleansing sensation that wipes away all that was in the previous year and give you a new outlook and a feeling of refreshment. If only for a short period of time, the new year is a great time to assess your current goals, whether it relates to your well being, career or life in general. Now’s the time to revise or at least start thinking about the things you’d like to. Don’t just accept what is going on… And in the words of the late, great Michael Jackson. Make that change.

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Using Social Networking Sites the Right Way.

As we embark on a new year it has become apparent that there is no stopping the new avenues of communication and more specifically, social networking. The most popular social networking sites include Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, with Facebook leading the way with over 350 million users worldwide. You can access your account a few different ways and it will enable you to be in contact with your network no matter where you might be.

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Travel Physical Therapy Career Guide: Step 3 – Know how long you want to work.

Short-term travel rehab and therapy jobs normally last 13 weeks, but many hospitals and skilled nursing facilities prefer to have longer contracts for their travelers. But overall the length of the time can vary, but what is most important is that you as a travel therapist know what you want. Are you looking for a series of short-term travel assignments all across the country that let you see and experience a bunch of new places or are you looking for a travel therapy job that is more stable and lets you stay close to your family and home.

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Avoid the Noid!

You know who they are, you’ve been annoyed with them at every job you’ve ever had. The boss who doesn’t know up from down, the guy who always gives you a punch in the arm as his way of saying hello, Mr. B O, the gossip queen, the clock watcher, the manipulator and the one [...]

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Get Out of Burnout.

Perhaps you’ve heard the term “burnout” and no we are not talking about that certain group of kids you’d see everyday in high school hanging out underneath the football bleachers. No, we are talking about something far more serious and can affect just about anyone and their job. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary it is [...]

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Want to move? Try it out first.

I don’t know about you, but I have a list of cities I’ve always wanted to live in. With so many friends of mine spread throughtout the country I have seen a lot of what these United States has to offer and so should you. If you’ve ever given thought to picking up and starting [...]

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