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We’re in the money. We’ve got a lot of what it takes to get along!

The PT, OT, and SLP professions are on fire! There is no way to deny it. In terms of employment rates, these professions are growing much faster than the national average. They are also making mad bank and getting swiped right on Tinder. That’s right folks, allied health therapists are in demand across the board.

All excitement aside, it is important to better understand how much these therapists actually make. Whether you are trying to figure out if therapy is the path for you, you’re about to graduate, or you’re considering a job offer, getting the details on compensation will ultimately help you make better decisions. Keep in mind, regardless of how bright the future is for therapists, there will always be good deals and bad!

To help, we have created guides that cover an array of factors that can impact pay and compensation, including:

  • Location
  • Experience
  • Education
  • Setting
  • Travel Benefits

Check them out using the following links:

How Much Do Physical Therapists Make?

How Much Do Occupational Therapists Make?

How Much Do Speech-Language Pathologists Make? 

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