Would the work involve any lifestyle changes, such as frequent travel or late night business entertainment?
Physical Therapy is an excellent and rewarding career where you can make a major difference in many people's lives, through rehabilitation and injury prevention. PT programs at universities can be quite competitive, however, after successful completion your professional skills will be in high demand. Generally speaking, a career in PT doesn't require travel or late night business. Most jobs have well defined hours and your place of work is consistent, in a setting like a hospital or outpatient clinic. However, you may need to travel to the occasional professional development course to continue your learning and maintain your license. If you enjoy studying the body and helping people have a better quality of life, PT might be the perfect career for you!
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