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Some people haven't even heard of travel jobs, and if you're one of those people, you might just be missing out on a one-of-a-kind employment opportunity. Basically, you bundle up all of your skills, experience, and talents into a nice little resume and send it off to career travel placement agencies, like PPR Healthcare Staffing. They have a look at what you have to offer, give you a call, do a little over-the-phone interview, check out your references, and then (hopefully!) offer you a position.
If you happen to be a physical therapist, you may have a good idea where you'd like to work, or the type of patients you'd like to work with. Let's say your goal is to avoid working with children. Relax! Nobody is judging you for that. For whatever reason, you just don't particularly want to work with younger age groups. Maybe your ultimate goal is to work with top athletes. Working as a physical therapist in a location where there are professional athletes nearby would probably be a good fit for you. Just remember that you're a professional! Go ahead and indicate a preference or interest in a physical therapy specialty, just don't mention the fact that big, beefy, athletes are what you're after. The staff at PPR Healthcare Staffing want you to be happy, but you don't want them to misinterpret your application.
Physical therapist travel jobs get you out there using your own special unique talents and abilities in settings that work for you.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|