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Based on 1,784 responses, the job of Physical Therapist (PT) has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.04 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)?

March 2020
"Can learn so much from this institution because of widely range of exposure to different cases."
Physical Therapist (PT) in Iloilo City:
Pros: This institution lets you build and ecercise clinical decision making skills. Trains you how to be a great employer and a professional. Christ-centered.
Cons: Low Salary. Some amenities are not replaced with new ones.
March 2020
"Unequal management support for PTs at KRMC."
Physical Therapist (PT) in Kalispell:
Pros: I love to help people get better
Cons: Feeling lack of quality support from management
March 2020
"Recent management change helped."
Physical Therapist (PT) in Wichita:
Pros: Working with my patients and getting them better.
Cons: Documentation for low pay.
July 2014
"Love My Job Just Not The Hours."
Physical Therapist (PT):
Pros: Patient care, my coworkers, educational opportunities, having benefits, working with other health professionals.
Cons: The high priority on numbers, late hours, having to do a fair amount of marketing.
October 2013
"helpe the patients to rehabilitate"
Physical Therapist (PT):
Pros: patients' help care
Cons: no results after the most efforts
June 2020
"Very stressful with unreasonable expectations."
Physical Therapist (PT) in San Diego:
Pros: Fairly free to choose how you want to treat
Cons: Management, patient care