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Based on 1,861 responses, the job of Physical Therapist (PT) has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.05 out of 5. On average, Physical Therapist (PT)s are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Physical Therapist (PT)?

October 2016
"Ignorant leadership (admin and nursing) at facility."
Physical Therapist (PT):
Change career choice if not too late.
January 2017
"You can feel washed up and undervalued if you are a contract."
Physical Therapist (PT) in Prattville:
I love my work. But if you are trying to balance family life, you won't make the big bucks that salaried PT's do. Still, I have no regrets!!!
January 2017
Physical Therapist (PT) in Naperville:
Pros: A lot of people come in.
Cons: There are snobby people.
March 2017
"Manage time well."
Physical Therapist (PT) in Alexander City:
Keep it simple and focus on what is realistic.
August 2017
Physical Therapist (PT) in Alexandria:
Be prepared to be very flexible with your work day schedule. Additionally, you will have to regularly communicate with physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to provide safe and effective care for the patients in your respective hospital.
September 2017
"Minot ND."
Physical Therapist (PT) in Minot:
Pros: People are generally nice, commute is great. Small town feel and nice place to raise kids. Low crime.
Cons: So cold. Not much here if you're not from here. Not much to do, pay is crappy.
September 2017
Physical Therapist (PT) in Louisville:
Pros: People and weather.
Cons: Pay.