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Imagine packing up the kids and moving somewhere close to the Disney parks. Instead of having to save tons of money every year for plane fare and hotels, you'd be close enough to visit every weekend. How crazy would that be? There's a lot to think about when considering where you'd like to relocate for healthcare jobs, and family is usually one of the deciding factors.
People don't give kids enough credit for being able to adjust to new situations when, in fact, they do it better than most adults! Look around and think about the opportunities that might be lacking in your neighborhood. If you live in a small town where everybody knows everybody, chances are good you also live in a place that doesn't have a lot of new and interesting activities for kids. Most likely everybody in your town was born and raised there. Maybe it's even turning into a retirement town.
Taking physical therapy assistant travel jobs (PTA travel jobs) could introduce your kids to new opportunities that they wouldn't normally get in their own hometown. Museums, parks, sports, better schools, and the chance to see the country can benefit kids in more ways than you'll ever know. Small towns are great places to raise kids, but when they come home from school gossiping about the neighbors and talking about going to Bingo on Friday night, it's time to get out.
Think there's no physical therapy assistant jobs out there for you? Think again. Understaffed schools, clinics, gyms, hospitals, etc., are in desperate need of people just like you. Hey, kids these days are growing up fast enough, but you don't want them to slip into the geriatric phase way before their time! Get them out in the world by taking on some PTA travel jobs.
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|