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Occupational therapists, (often called OTs for short) are professionally trained medical experts who specialize in helping adults and children regain or develop life or work skills after a physical, mental or developmental delay. While it may sound simple, the role of an OT is broad and allows therapists to work in a variety of settings with many different kinds of patients. Occupational therapy is used for mental health, physical disabilities, pediatric delays, work related injuries, aging populations and more. In the United States, OTs must have—at the very least—a master’s degree and have passed a national certification exam to practice. Salary ranges are between $72,000 and $104,000 annually depending on where the OT is located, their experience and other factors.
Many medical professions are afforded the chance to travel. If you have a sense of adventure and want to see other places and meet new people at no cost to you—this is the way to do it. Not only does travel occupational therapy pay the most, it also offers free housing, paid travel expenses, and the chance to build your skills in some of the country’s best medical facilities. Travel schedules typically last about 13 weeks before being moved to a new location. You get to explore new places, set your own pace, and try out new experiences! Have you ever wanted to learn how to surf? Or do you dream of spending your summer hiking in the mountains? Becoming a Travel OT allows you to do that.
What are you waiting for? Start a new adventure today and become a travel occupational therapist!