Physical therapy job posting sites are used by physical therapy offices and other employers to reach out to potential applicants in this highly competitive field. Our list of physical therapy job posting sites will help you hire faster, whether you're hiring a physical therapist, physical therapy assistant, occupational therapist, athletic trainer, exercise physiologist, or for another related position. The paid sites are mostly industry-specific sites, so you know you're getting exposure with the right audience. Free sites like Indeed, however, reach a large number of candidates, so it's usually a good idea to use them too. Be sure to write job ads from the physical therapist's perspective. Why should they be interested in your physical therapy job postings?
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The following list of Physical Therapy schools will help you decide where to begin that journey. Our list of top Physical Therapy schools is based on the above criteria. The rankings are provided by USNews.