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Occupational therapy is a rapidly growing profession with a variety of treatment areas to pursue. Whether you work with infant, children, adult or geriatric populations, you can make a positive impact on how your patients live, work and play every day. Learn more about different OT specialties and find one that's perfect for you.
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Travel SLP work can be found in a variety of settings, and salaries and requirements vary considerably based on the type of facility. Explore the opportunities available to speech-language pathologists seeking temporary positions across the United States.
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