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Physical Therapy Career Education and Health

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If youve thought: I dont want to be a physical therapist anymore read this article.  Here are the top non-clinical jobs for Physical Therapists.  I want you to know that its OK that youre thinking about non clinical jobs for PTs.  Youre not the first PT to say I dont want to be a Physical Therapist anymore. It doesnt matter if youre a new grad PT have 20 years of experience or if youre into your first year of PT school.  You should not feel guilty about changing careers.  The expectations you had for your Physical Therapy career just arent being met.  It doesnt make you a bad PT nor should you feel like youre a failure.  Realize this: youve put in a lot of hard work to get where you are.  You should be proud of what youve accomplished.  But if youre experiencing PT burnout or realize that youre ready to move on to a different career this article is for you.  A lot of PTs seek alternative careers for many different reasons:  Lack of upward growth opportunities Financial limitations: low PT Salary Stressful work environments and high patient loads Excessive mental stress and physical fatigue Back shoulder and hand injuries Identifying the reasons you want to make a change is important.  Your next job may still be stressful but if upward growth is what youre wanting dont take on a career that has limited opportunities.  To read the full article check out the blog at http://bit.ly/2SItCVW  #PhysicalTherapy #PhysicalTherapist #PT #PTProgress #DPT #PTSchool #PT #physicaltherapystudent #DPTStudent #DPTSchool #slp #occupationaltherapy #occupationaltherapist Hand Injuries, Different Careers, Occupational Therapist, Career Change, Burnout, Hard Work
If youve thought: I dont want to be a physical therapist anymore read this article. Here are the top non-clinical jobs for Physical Therapists. I want you to know that its OK that youre thinking about non clinical jobs for PTs. Youre not the first PT to say I dont want to be a Physical Therapist anymore. It doesnt matter if youre a new grad PT have 20 years of experience or if youre into your first year of PT school. You should not feel guilty about changing careers. The expectations you had for your Physical Therapy career just arent being met. It doesnt make you a bad PT nor should you feel like youre a failure. Realize this: youve put in a lot of hard work to get where you are. You should be proud of what youve accomplished. But if youre experiencing PT burnout or realize that youre ready to move on to a different career this article is for you. A lot of PTs seek alternative careers for many different reasons: Lack of upward growth opportunities Financial limitations: low PT Salary Stressful work environments and high patient loads Excessive mental stress and physical fatigue Back shoulder and hand injuries Identifying the reasons you want to make a change is important. Your next job may still be stressful but if upward growth is what youre wanting dont take on a career that has limited opportunities. To read the full article check out the blog at http://bit.ly/2SItCVW #PhysicalTherapy #PhysicalTherapist #PT #PTProgress #DPT #PTSchool #PT #physicaltherapystudent #DPTStudent #DPTSchool #slp #occupationaltherapy #occupationaltherapist