How Are You Going To Stand Out?
Healthcare in the U.S. is going berzerk right now. Fierce competition has created a situation where therapists need to be recognized as the best–period. There will always be “therapy jobs” but there is less room for average performers to find a promising career path.
With therapy schools are pumping out more graduates year after year, how are you to find and keep a primo therapy job?
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I believe the most important skill for therapists to develop will not be clinical, it will not be technological, it’s not economical/business acumen. It will be the ability to manage their own careers.
There has been an unprecedented change in the physical therapy profession. For the first time, a substantial and increasing number of therapists can choose what they want to do with their careers.
Therapists have an almost unlimited number of options of what they want to do with their lives. In addition, the average work life span is now close to sixty years and most therapists will have more than one career during that time.
For many of you, choosing a job will not be solely based upon salary and benefits. You might want a job where you can contribute to the good of not just society but the world.
The good news it’s now up to therapists to choose employment that is meaningful to them.
The bad news is it’s now up to therapists to choose employment that is meaningful to them.
Many therapists are unprepared for the responsibility and uncertainty that self-determination brings.