We must all have a lot of pain these days...BD
Physical therapists have come out ahead as a top career choice for US college graduates and as second only to clergy in job satisfaction in two different news articles this week that highlighted the nation's top occupations.
The April 17 issue of the Chicago Tribune reported findings of a poll from the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago that place physical therapists second among five top occupations in job satisfaction, and the only health care professionals listed. The worker satisfaction study was based on data collected since 1988 on more than 27,500 randomly selected people. More than three-quarters of the participating physical therapists reported being "very satisfied," and the study suggests intrinsic rewards seem to be the key to satisfaction.