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Based on 1,184 responses, the job of Physical Therapist Assistant has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.06 out of 5. On average, Physical Therapist Assistants are highly satisfied with their job.
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April 2018
Physical Therapist Assistant in Rockford:
Cons: Documentation as in every job- takes away from patient care and/or home life to be able to complete it
September 2018
"Down home."
Physical Therapist Assistant in Wichita:
Pros: As a home visitor in early intervention, traveling in Wichita is quick and easy.
Cons: Extremes of weather
November 2018
Physical Therapist Assistant:
No support from regional manager or above, never more than a 1% raise, mediocre benefits and lowest paying of all companies in the county. I really love the building I work at and feel as if I have a great relationship with the staff. I don't feel as if I'm encouraged to over deliver or provide inappropriate treatments.
November 2018
"Small town, friendly folks."
Physical Therapist Assistant in Mount Airy:
Pros: Small town
Cons: People talk about you behind your back and are nice to your face
November 2018
Physical Therapist Assistant in Virginia Beach:
Pros: Virginia Beach is Home to me.
Cons: Flooded with LPTAs
November 2018
"Some state insurance patients but overall good, nice, people trying to get better."
Physical Therapist Assistant in Torrington:
Pros: People are good working class people for the most part.
Cons: No much opportunity for advancement.
November 2018
Physical Therapist Assistant:
Pros: -great co-workers/therapists that truly put the pt first. -boss that’s caring & available when needed but doesn’t micromanage. -don’t have to piggyback pts. -low stress environment. -somewhat flexible with schedule to preserve PTO hours. Cons: -terrible raises. -company does very little for employees (no bonus or reward for high performance/meeting goals/Christmas/etc) -CEUs rarely approved. -forced to use PTO for everything (holidays, hurricanes, EVERYTHING)