Taking the Tension out of International Work Travel

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How hard is it to get through all of the paperwork and information required to work as a physical therapist in the US?

Taking the Tension out of International Work Travel

Usually, when we say we can't do something, it's often because we've set up our own roadblocks along the way. Are you doing that to yourself? If you're looking for physical therapy jobs in the United States, try not to get bogged down with the details. If you currently live outside of the United States, it's obviously a little more complicated to land international physical therapy jobs. It's definitely doable though! All you need is a little help and special support along the way.

When you apply for international physical therapy jobs through PPR Healthcare Staffing, you'll get the benefit of working exclusively with a transition specialist who can tutor you on everything you need to know about working in the United States. There are no “International Physical Therapy Jobs for Dummies” books on the market, but there are plenty of resources available through PPR Healthcare Staffing.

In order to make sure you've got all of the right qualifications to work in the United States , you'll have to complete certain testing requirements and obtain specific licensing. No worries though! Everything is mapped out for you in a logical sequence. You'll be notified by a staff member of PPR Healthcare (most likely a transition specialist) of what you need to do, how you need to do it, and when you need to do it. Once all of that's been straightened out, you just need to pack your bags and fly to your destination. Oh…about the flights and travel expenses…you'll be reimbursed for those as well.

   

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