A Look Back in Time In some respects it feels like my physical therapy school graduation was very recent, while in other ways it feels like it was a lifetime ago. While in school, I always looked at graduation as the finish line, with little thought about what life afterward would look like. After putting … Continue reading Reflections on My First Three Years Working as a Physical Therapist
If you've been following this blog for any length of time, then you know that I've written in depth about how I've been able to leverage my career as a physical therapist to achieve financial independence rapidly. I've written about how it's possible to make a full time salary while only working half of the … Continue reading Is a DPT Degree Worth it?
I recently had someone comment on my blog post about working only half the year as a travel therapist while earning a full time salary. He asked how it could be possible that I could have paid off all my student loans (which is actually not the case..) and be close to only having to work only … Continue reading Is it Possible to Save a Lot and Still Have Fun With Travel Healthcare?
A major consideration for many therapists when considering a career path is pay. Debt to income ratio is a big factor in this concern for making a higher salary. But, for some, the desire to have a higher income may also be to avoid burnout by being able to work less hours while still earning … Continue reading Making a Full Time Therapist’s Salary Working Only Half of the Year
If you have been reading this blog for any length of time, then it's probably no surprise to you that I enjoy keeping track of everything regarding my finances. I also have been known to take any possible opportunity to make extra money, which is a big reason why I'm less than a year of … Continue reading Breaking Down Overtime and Holiday Pay as a Travel Therapist