Healthcare Jobs Blog for therapists; career & trends in rehabilitation therapy
Author Travel Force Staffing | 01.13
With a brand new year under way, it’s time to get organized—and in your therapy career the most logical place to start is making sure your therapy license is in order. Travel Force is proud to provide therapy career resources that include links to all 50 U.S. physical therapy boards and 24/7 access to customer care should questions arise about obtaining state licensure in one or multiple states. Remember that we post new jobs round the clock, offering high paying opportunities in both travel therapy jobs and permanent jobs.
Travel Therapists will want to obtain multiple state licenses, so that when new travel physical therapy jobs open up from coast to coast, you’re ready to accept immediately. As an incentive, our staffing agency provides, whenever applicable, reimbursement for licensure board costs and travel expenses. Call 1-800-617-0608 or apply online to open up a line of communication with our recruiting team; they’ll want to discuss how far you can take your therapy career and what you need to do to get the ball rolling.
Whether you’re comfortable in your current therapy job or planning your next move, bookmarking our therapy career resources page is a great idea; it’ll help you stay current on allied health trends, events, and matters concerning your continuing education and earning potential.
Therapy Career Links Worth Remembering
OTA’s, physical and occupational therapists, as well as speech language pathologists will want to familiarize themselves with these sites, useful for anyone in therapy jobs and physical therapy jobs at Travel Force Staffing.
Once again, don’t pass on making the New Year your perfect excuse to check in with your state licensure board. You’ll want to ensure no complaints have been filed, and no expiration have passed on continuing education requirements; a failure to meet these standards or forget to pay small periodic fees could result in the revocation of your state board issued therapy license—and nobody wants that. It’s just a gentle reminder from your #1 staffing agency. We know you’re in control of your therapy career and ready to prosper this year. Happy 2012 everyone!