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Based on 1,840 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 2014
"Working Late."
Physical Therapist (PT):
When I first started, my job was 8 to 5. As services change and become more competitive, my job has longer hours and more patients. This makes it difficult to manage job and family. Many companies are no longer offering part-time positions in the area I work. So, I need to constantly decide between family and work.
November 2018
"Varying types of patients."
Physical Therapist (PT) in Trenton:
Pros: I like that I get a variety of different patients and it never get a boring becaue of that. Also, overall I love the people I spend each day with.
Cons: That my concerns are not always heard, although I voice them and I am grossly underpaid.
December 2018
"Great place to live and work."
Physical Therapist (PT) in Des Moines:
Pros: Short commute, reasonable cost of living
Cons: Feel of limited opportunities to grow
December 2018
Physical Therapist (PT):
I have worked at Bon Secours Mercy for almost two decades. Although changes in recent years have made unpaid paperwork more frequent, it is still the best place to work for healthcare in Greenville. Pay is median and benefits are good to better in comparison to other health systems . The people make the difference and the mission is divine !
December 2018
"Good place to start."
Physical Therapist (PT) in Lovington:
Pros: Small town
Cons: Not much to do
December 2018
"Springfield is a different city."
Physical Therapist (PT) in Springfield:
Pros: I have a good paying job
Cons: I have no family near me
December 2018
"Great place to work."
Physical Therapist (PT) in Des Moines:
Pros: Low cost of living, good education, good people, reasonable commute
Cons: Winter weather