A New Jersey physical therapy license and a travel PT job in the state can make it possible for you to live temporarily in one of the most historic parts of the country. During off days, you can explore metropolises or historic sites, and getting your New Jersey physical therapy licenses doesn't have to be difficult. We've provided what you need to know to go through the process below, along with information about New Jersey physical therapy salaries and how to find out more about travel physical therapy jobs.
Not sure about something along the way or need help finding the right assignment? Contact a recruiter or other support staff at Med Travelers today.
How to Get Your New Jersey Physical Therapy License
It can take up to 4 months to go through the process of obtaining your New Jersey physical therapy license, but that includes exams. The time line can be shorter in other cases. While New Jersey does have a higher cost of living than the national average, PTs in the state make on average much higher than the national average. And travel PTs don't have to contend with all the expenses permanent residents might.
Whether you've always wanted to see Atlantic City and the Boardwalk or you like the idea of being a few hours away from other exciting locations, a PT travel job in New Jersey gives you plenty of opportunities. We can help make those opportunities happen by providing everything you need to know to get or renew your New Jersey physical therapy license and find a travel PT assignment that meets your needs.
How long does it take to receive your physical therapy license in New Jersey?
It typically takes up to 4 months to receive your physical therapy license in New Jersey. This is slow compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States.
New Jersey physical therapy contact information
State Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
P.O. Box 45014
Newark, New Jersey 07101
Phone: (973) 504-6455
New Jersey Physical Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. Free housing or a housing stipend is just one of the major perks of being an allied health travel professional. Another is the potential to make more than the average for your industry. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports annual physical therapy salaries in New Jersey around $99,060 per year.
If you're looking for an exciting career opportunity, travel therapy jobs in New Jersey should be on your radar. Traveling PT jobs help you experience new adventures, increase your experience and make good money. Reach out to a recruiter at Med Travelers to find out more about these opportunities.