Therapy Jobs in Educational Settings: Speech, Physical, Occupational, & Audiology
by Camden Flath
Some students have difficulty handling the basic routine of school because of illness, intellectual disability, or other problems. Some of these students need help from therapists who work in school settings, including occupational therapists, speech therapists, physical therapists, and audiologists. The young adults of today will be the job force of tomorrow, so choosing a career that will best fit with the needs of the changing world will be important to job satisfaction and a successful life. With the vast array of career and job options, it will also be important for young adults to understand which work will be the best match for their interests, talents, goals, and personality types. Certain careers are expected to gain importance within the early decades of the twenty-first century. For all types of therapists in educational settings, employment is expected to grow faster than the average for all other occupations. The twenty-first century will need people to fill therapy jobs, especially in educational settings. If this is an area that appeals to you, it might be a good choice for your future. Find out all you can about this career field to determine if it's the right one for you.
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