Adventure beckons in Big Wyoming, and you don't have to leave your career behind to pursue it. Skilled occupational therapists can put their skills to work caring for patients and spend their days off exploring one of the country's most unspoiled landscapes.
Read on to learn about getting your occupational therapy licensure in Wyoming, accessing job opportunities, average OT salaries and cost of living in the state. There's plenty of information here to steer you toward the next phase of your career, but our friendly staffing specialists are ready to assist if you have questions about licenses or lining up an OT job.
How to Get Your Wyoming Occupational Therapy License
You must have a license from the Wyoming Board of Occupational Therapy to practice as an OT in the state. It takes about two weeks to receive your license once a complete application is submitted. OTs in Wyoming make less than the U.S. average for the profession. Wyoming's cost of living is about 2% cheaper than the national index.
With boundless stretches of pristine wilderness, Wyoming is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and adventure-seekers in all seasons. Spend your days mountain biking, rafting, hiking, camping, snowmobiling and ice climbing, and then relax with local fare at restaurants, wineries and craft breweries. Ask our recruiters how to find an occupational therapy job in Wyoming that's right for you.
How long does it take to receive your occupational therapy license in Wyoming?
It typically takes between one and two weeks to receive your occupational therapy license in Wyoming once your application is complete. This is fast compared to other occupational therapy licenses across the United States.
Wyoming occupational therapy contact information
Wyoming Board of Occupational Therapy
2001 Capitol Avenue, #105
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Phone: (307) 777-7764
Fax: (307) 777-3508
Wyoming Occupational Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. Many employers rely on travel health professionals to cover staffing gaps, so pay is competitive. Occupational therapists in Wyoming earn an average of $83,890 per year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Allied travelers usually earn up to 20% more than those in permanent positions, which can elevate your earnings above the national average.
Our travel occupational therapy jobs also provide free, furnished housing or a housing allowance, top-notch medical benefits, life insurance and a retirement account, so you can live life to the fullest and save for the future. Your passport to adventure is just a few clicks away — submit your application to Med Travelers today.