Category: Travel PT Career Advice

your travel therapy career guide
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Your Travel Therapy Career Guide: Step-by-Step

Have you ever wondered how you even get started down taking a travel therapy job? Or how to choose a Recruiter? Or how Per Diem works?  If so, then be sure to read an extensive series of posts we will soon be starting called “Your Travel Therapy Career Guide: Step-by-Step” that will take you through a [...]

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travel therapy job road trip
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Enjoy the drive to your travel therapy job!

A lot of travel therapists choose to stay close to home and take a local short-term contract instead of a more traditional travel therapy assignment in a new city, which lets them stay close to their friends and family. But for those that choose to take a 13 week travel therapy assignment in a new city [...]

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Questions to ask travel therapy recruiters
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Interview your recruiter

One of the key things you will discover during your travel therapy career is that your recruiter is going to be a big part of your life from now on (or at least while you are traveling). They will help you find a job, housing, and basically just be there for you when you need them. [...]

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therapy resume
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9 tips for writing your resume for your therapy career

In a competitive job market a well written and smartly constructed resume is crucial. As a speech language, physical or occupational therapist or therapist assistant your resume has a few industry specific things it should have that will help you or your therapy staffing company find you the best short-term / travel therapy jobs available. [...]

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therapy internship
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Back to school! Internship time

It is that time of year again, college is starting back up, which means many of you will be starting in on your clinical internships. Your internship lets you experience clinical opportunities gain experience in your area, such as acute care, neurologic rehabilitation, sports medicine, geriatrics, etc. Having that kind of experience can be a huge difference maker when [...]

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Your one chance to make a good impression.

Life of a traveling therapist is a bit different than that of a traveling nurse. The hours, the workload and even the workplace all differ from one another, but there is one aspect of the traveling career that both share. Obviously you’re changing locations rather frequently and you’re meeting all kinds of new people and [...]

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