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Top 10 Best and Worst States to Be a Physical Therapist

Top 10 Best and Worst States to Be a Physical Therapist

Physical therapists work a in a variety of settings, from hospitals to private practices to nursing homes. The physical therapy industry has grown immensely over the years due to the aging population and advancements in technology and understanding of the human body. Because many PTs have their own practices, they are able to set their own rates and have seen their salaries grow along with their client lists. Physical therapy is an excellent field for individuals who like hands-on work, enjoy problem-solving, and have a strong desire to help others succeed.

Top 10 States with the Least Physical Therapist Job Openings

State Average Annual Job Openings
1. District of Columbia
10
2. Wyoming
10
3. Delaware
20
4. North Dakota
20
5. South Dakota
20
6. Vermont
20
7. Hawaii
30
8. Montana
30
9. Rhode Island
30
10. Idaho
40



Job openings as calculated by CareerVoyages.gov


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