MyPTJobs Releases Rehabilitation Therapy Licensing Information for Every State in the USA

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Rehabilitation Therapy Job Seekers and Employers can now use MyPTJobs to get current, up to date information on licensing requirements for practicing in every US State.

Rehabilitation Therapy Job seekers may quickly and easily find all the information needed for fulfilling licensing requirements for working in any US state.

MyPTJobs now offers Rehabilitation Therapy job seekers and employers the ability to lookup licensing requirements for employment in each state. Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Language Pathology Therapy practitioners must be licensed according to stringent guidelines set forth by each state. Job seekers may quickly and easily find all the information needed for fulfilling licensing requirements for working in the state.

Employers may also use MyPTJobs to get the most current information on validating the credentials of prospective employees.

Looking up licensing requirements is very simple when you use MyPTJobs. We have consolidated requirements from every state licensing board in one place at http://www.myptjobs.com/u/licensure.aspx. The job seeker simply inputs his or her specialty (PT, OT, SLP), and selects a state. Upon searching, the job seeker is presented with valuable state-specific information such as a link to the Licensing Application form, and associated license fees. Current contact details for getting more information on state licensing information is also provided.

Other useful information for prospective job seekers is provided, such as requirements for Continuing Education, Foreign Trained requirements, and relevant Trade Organizations (Such as state wide Physical Therapy Organizations).

Peter Weddle, distinguished employment author, and Executive Director of the International Association of Employment Web Sites ( http://www.employmentwebsites.org ) states that whether or not you are actively engaged in a job search, careers are always in a state of transition, and the definition of qualified is constantly changing. Mr. Weddle says that job seekers must ‘know the new definition of “qualified” because that’s the only way you can ensure you measure up.’* This insight acutely resonates with highly skilled rehab therapy professionals, who need to stay current with best therapeutic practices to deliver the highest standard of patient care.

The introduction of licensing information is one of the many features rounding out our goal of providing a complete portal based solution for highly sought after Rehabilitation Therapy Professionals, employers, and recruiters. MYPTJobs is dedicated enhancing rehabilitation therapy professionals in career transition to provide the best resource for networking with other rehabilitation therapy professionals, and finding a new job.

MyPTJobs (http://www.myptjobs.com) is a job board exclusively dedicated to connecting in demand, highly skilled Rehabilitation Therapy Professionals, such as Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Speech Language Pathologists with great employers.

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