Talking salary is tough enough as it is—and without solid numbers, it’s pretty much impossible. So, whether you’re negotiating a raise or exploring new job opportunities, it pays to know the facts. And while money probably isn’t your main motivator—you chose this profession because you love helping people live better, richer, more fulfilling lives, after all—the dollar amount on your paycheck should match the value you deliver. But with so many angles to the salary story—location, career experience, and practice setting, to name a few—how do you really know you’re earning what you’re worth? Well, you can start by downloading our comprehensive SLP Salary Guide. Enter your email address below, and we’ll send it to you lickety-split.

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  • Are You Paying Your Rehab Therapy Clinic Staff Enough? Image

    articleAug 30, 2018 | 4 min. read

    Are You Paying Your Rehab Therapy Clinic Staff Enough?

    Every good boss wants to ensure that he or she is paying his or her employees enough—in most cases, more than enough—to cover the cost of living and prevent financial worry from getting in the way of job satisfaction. But with many rehab therapy students graduating with massive debt —and fee schedules on the decline—it can be difficult for a rehab therapy practice to properly pay staff and keep enough money in the practice to remain in …

  • Four Things You Need to Know About SLP Salary Image

    articleJul 31, 2013 | 4 min. read

    Four Things You Need to Know About SLP Salary

    When you decided to go into this profession, you probably didn’t do so with dreams of one day touring Robin Leach around your mega-yacht. For you, becoming a speech-language pathologist wasn’t about the money—it was about helping people overcome communication challenges, gain self-confidence, and improve the quality of their lives. And while your heart is definitely in the right place, you still deserve to earn a salary commensurate with the quality of therapy you provide. So, what …

  • The 2018 Rehab Therapy Salary Report Image

    downloadAug 24, 2018

    The 2018 Rehab Therapy Salary Report

    While all the information we obtained in our 2018 annual industry survey was incredibly useful, the information regarding salary has been—as you might imagine—highly sought-after. After all, who doesn’t want to ensure they’re maximizing their earning potential? Thus, we decided to take all the data we collected about individual provider earnings and compile it into this stand-alone rehab therapy salary report. Enter your email below, and we’ll send you The 2018 Rehab Therapy Salary Report today, so …

  • 5 Tips for Maximizing your Travel PT Lifestyle Image

    articleSep 29, 2016 | 7 min. read

    5 Tips for Maximizing your Travel PT Lifestyle

    Life as a traveling therapist has numerous perks: the freedom to live in various places across the country, multiple clinic settings to choose from, and of course, higher pay. But the most exciting benefit is the ability to take full control over your career and design the work-life balance you’ve always hoped for. Over the last few years, my wife and I (both therapists) have made it our goal to live in places others only visit on …

  • Occupational Therapist Salary Guide Image

    downloadApr 20, 2016

    Occupational Therapist Salary Guide

    Whether you’re weighing career opportunities or negotiating a salary bump, it’s important to know what you’re worth. Sure, you didn’t become an occupational therapist for the paycheck—but you still should earn what you deserve. With all the factors that go into determining salary, though—location, experience, and practice setting, to name a few—how can you be sure yours is fair? Well, our OT Salary Guide is a great place to start. Enter your email address below, and we’ll …

  • 7 Tips for Navigating Private Practice Payroll Image

    articleJul 25, 2016 | 5 min. read

    7 Tips for Navigating Private Practice Payroll

    Larry Fine—of Three Stooges fame—once said, “The pain goes away on payday.” That quote certainly rings true for those of us on the depositing end of the transaction. But, if you’re the one responsible for signing the checks, I’m betting payday has caused its fair share of pain—and I’m not just talking about the blow to your bottom line. After all, as a business owner—especially in the business of health care—you’ve got a lot of proverbial t’s …

  • articleJun 10, 2013 | 5 min. read

    4 Steps to Attracting Top-Tier Therapy Talent

    It’s no secret that physical therapists (PTs), occupational therapists (OTs), and speech-language pathologists (SLPs) are are in high demand. In fact, between 2010 and 2020, industry experts expect employment rates for physical therapists to increase by 39%  ( tweet this stat! ) —that’s significantly higher than almost all other occupations. In other words, if you’re looking to hire the best in class from the next generation of rehab therapists, you’re bound to have some seriously steep competition. …

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    articleJan 28, 2016 | 2 min. read

    How to Create an Employee Recognition Program that Works

    Forget about employee-of-the-month parking spots. Here’s how to give your employees the appreciation they really want. As a leader, it’s up to you to keep your staff happy and motivated. One of the easiest—but most often overlooked—ways to do that is through something I call Active Appreciation. Receiving recognition for a job well done feels good—we all know this. And a little intentional appreciation—above and beyond high-fives and gold stars—can go a long way toward increasing employee …

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    articleApr 1, 2017 | 4 min. read

    Four Things You Need to Know About PT Salary

    You probably didn’t get into the therapy business to become rich. You did it because you enjoy helping and healing people—and that’s the way it should be. But even if money isn’t your main motivation, it should still be somewhere on your radar. So, here are a few things to keep in mind as you contemplate compensation. 1. Experience matters. As with most professions, salaries for physical therapists vary widely based on a therapist’s number of years …

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