Utah Occupational Therapy License Board

Utah is home to iconic national parks and rocky, windswept views that speak to the adventurer's soul. And a Utah occupational therapy license might be your ticket to sights such as Zion or Arches National Park. We've gathered everything you need to know about obtaining such a license and landing an OT travel job in Utah, including some data about Utah occupational therapy salaries.

And you can always find out more by contacting Med Travelers. Our recruiting team offers dedicated help for our allied travelers as they take on new assignments and adventures.


How to Get Your Utah Occupational Therapy License

Once you apply to the Division of Occupational & Professional Licensing for a Utah occupational therapy license, it typically takes around 3 weeks to receive the license. While you're waiting, you can pack and make plans for everything you want to do once you get set up with your new assignment. The average Utah OT salary is below the national average, and the cost of living in the state is about 10 points higher than the national index. However, as an allied traveler, you can typically make more than average, so the finances tend to even out.

Canyons and arches are calling your name, so ensure you have your Utah OT license when you need it. You'll find all the links and data you need here to get that license, and you can always reach out to Med Travelers for more help if you need it.


How long does it take to receive your occupational therapy license in Utah?

It typically takes up to 3 weeks to receive your occupational license in Utah. This is somewhat fast compared to other occupational therapy licenses across the United States.

Utah Occupational Therapy contact information

Helpful Links

Division of Occupational & Professional Licensing
160 East 300 South
P.O. Box 146741
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-6741

Email: sfarmer@utah.gov
Phone: (801) 530-6789
Fax: (801) 530-6511

Utah Occupational Therapy Salary Information

Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits — not the least of which is a potentially higher earnings capacity. As an allied traveler, you could make up to 20% more per week than your non-allied OT counterparts. The Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the average Utah occupational therapy salary as $83,670 per year.

If you've ever thought about exploring the Beehive State, you might want to check out occupational therapy travel jobs. These opportunities let you earn great money, make friends all over the nation and explore sights you might never get to see sticking with employers in your hometown. And when you work with Med Travelers, you also get added perks such as housing stipends and health benefits to make your travel OT assignments that much more enjoyable.

Let us know if you have any questions about OT state boards licensing.

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