Lucrative pay and exceptional benefits are at your fingertips when you apply for your Utah physical therapy license. Once you get your license, you have the key to an amazing PT career in the Beehive State. We've created a one-stop resource that includes information about licensure, processing times, career opportunities, benefits and cost of living for physical therapists in Utah.
Whether you're ready to apply for a job or have questions about working as a PT and the licensure process, staffing specialists at Med Travelers are happy to help. Get in touch and launch your Utah physical therapy career today.
How to Get Your Utah Physical Therapist License
Licensure applications are submitted to the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing and are normally processed within two to four weeks. The average annual salary for physical therapists in Utah is below the national average, and the cost of living is above average, mostly due to housing costs. PTs who choose a travel assignment can receive free, furnished accommodation or a subsidy to offset housing expenses while working in Utah.
It's easy to see why Utah is considered one of the top five states to live in by U.S. News. The distinctive geography features stunning rock formations, pristine lakes and mountain resorts which offer endless outdoor recreation options. Thriving urban centers boast plenty of dining and entertainment options. Connect with our recruiters to find a PT assignment in Utah that satisfies your career goals and opens the door to unforgettable experiences.
How long does it take to receive your physical therapy license in Utah?
It typically takes between two and four weeks to receive your physical therapy license in Utah. This is average compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States.
Utah physical therapy contact information
Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing
160 East 300 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
Phone: (801) 530-6628
Fax: (801) 530-6511
Utah Physical Therapist Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. Physical therapists in Utah make an annual mean wage of $85,880, depending on experience and qualifications. Travel PTs typically earn up to 20% more than staff PTs, so it's worth considering the many advantages that come with being an allied traveler. You receive free housing, travel reimbursement, comprehensive health benefits, life insurance, retirement plans and continuing education.
Travel physical therapy jobs also offer amazing personal benefits as you meet new people and discover unique parts of the country. To explore travel PT opportunities with Med Travelers, reach out to our recruiters today.