Physical therapists Ian and Karlee had made up their minds that they wanted to try travel therapy well before finishing PT school.
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Erica C.’s advice for those considering travel SLP jobs is simple: Enjoy your time. Know your preferences and your limits, but be flexible.
Occupational therapist Anthony K. compares his career choice as a travel OT to getting paid to be on vacation. He hasn’t regretted his choice once.