Sally from Daytona State College asks: “I graduated with honors in 2001 with an A.S. Degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant, I am currently employed PRN (pro re nata or “as needed”) with two companies locally and neither has work for me now. Do you think the local market is flooded? A local employment recruiter believes this to be the case. Why is it so difficult for someone with 15 years of experience to find full-time or even part-time work in this area? I have updated my resume and gone through a program at CareerSource Flagler/Volusia, and yet I rarely … / Read more »
Whether you’ve had your heart set on a career in therapy or you’re currently exploring your options, becoming a physical therapist or occupational therapist requires years of education and training. Although these two careers seem similar in nature, they have many differences in education, licensing and job duties. Discover the paths to success for careers in both physical therapy and occupational therapy with the following infographic by Progressus Therapy: Becoming A Therapist was created by Progressus Therapy Lisa Orlando is the Vice President, Marketing, Communications and Early Intervention at Progressus Therapy, a provider of employment and professional development for therapist.
Scrubs are fun, relaxing work attire. These outfits come in a variety of colors and styles that allow you to express your inner self. And the bonus is they are super comfortable to sport when you are on the job. So what type of work do you need to do in order to wear scrubs? Let’s take a look at a few jobs you can wear scrubs to work at. 1 . Nursing What they do: Nurses are caregivers at heart who engage in a variety of patient care tasks. Their job includes taking care of patient needs, performing physical exams, … / Read more »