Guest Post: “Travel PT: The Path to Financial Freedom” (Featured on Covalent Careers/New Grad Physical Therapy)

I was recently featured on the website Covalent Careers, which is the parent company of NewGradPhysicalTherapy.com.

I wrote an article titled Travel PT: The Path to Financial Freedom.

This is a topic I’ve written about before, highlighting how Travel PT has allowed me to save a significant amount of moneyachieve financial freedom early in my career, as well as have a very flexible lifestyle.

Here is an excerpt from the article:

With tuition prices continuing to increase each year, it’s no surprise that the amount of student debt that therapists are graduating with continues to rise as well. I talk to students and new grads every day through my site that are upset about the logistics involved with paying off six-figure student loan debt, while also doing their best to build a life after grad school. Some services, such as Fitbux, offer assistance with determining a plan to handle this debt as a new grad. Fitbux is a wonderful resource for developing the most optimal plan for getting to the zero debt finish line, and having a plan is a vital part of the process. But besides having a sound financial plan, another vital aspect is optimizing income. There are many ways to increase your income when coming out of school, including working multiple jobs or opening your own cash-based practice, but in my opinion, the easiest (and most fun) path to financial freedom is pursuing travel therapy contracts. …

You can read the full article here:

https://covalentcareers.com/resources/travel-pt-path-financial-freedom/

Thanks again to Covalent Careers for featuring me on their website!

If you have questions about Travel Therapy and/or financial independence, please reach out to me and I’ll be happy to help you in any way that I can!

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