Welcome to the American Occupational Therapy Association's Checking the Pulse blog. My name is Stephanie Yamkovenko, and thanks for reading the blog.
Here you will find news about occupational therapy, current health news, and more. I regularly blog about apps that clinicians can use in practice, autism issues, managing chronic conditions, wounded warriors, and more.
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U.S. News & World Report recently listed occupational therapy as one of the top 10 best jobs (again!).
As a follow up, they interviewed two AOTA members to find out what qualities made occupational therapy such a great job—hint, pay isn't one of them! Read about the qualities that your OT colleagues think make OT one of the best jobs.
We want to know your opinion! Why do you think occupational therapy is a best job? What qualities of your job make it great? Tell us in the comments.
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Interesting - I just blogged about this issue: abctherapeutics.blogspot.com/.../speech-to-occupational-therapy-students.html
Nice post Chris! I enjoyed this "everyone wants to find the best job that offers the best pay. BUT - the best job might not actually OFFER the best pay."
Thanks for linking.