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All of your jobs will be listed on CovalentCareers and our growing network of partner sites, including niche blogs and PT publications. We will also publish jobs to Indeed, Google Jobs, SimplyHired, and ZipRecruiter. And you can manage all these postings on one turn-key platform!
Every day, your job will be emailed to new grads and physical therapy professionals via the CovalentCareers network. With thousands of new members joining each month, CovalentCareers gets your job in front of an unmatched network of passive and active job seekers.
Stay organized with one centralized dashboard that tracks all of the applicants for your position, including their contact information and resumes. You’ll also be emailed each time a new application comes in so you don’t miss it!
We’re committed to delivering the best hiring experience for PT employers. Your account manager will respond to all inquiries within one hour, help you craft a great job description, and provide advice on salary, benefits, and offers.
To get your job posting live, simply click here to create an account.
Use our intuitive job builder to create the perfect listing for your position.
Your listing will go live immediately on our physical therapy job board. Sit back and watch the applications roll in!
Once you’ve hired, simply turn off your job listing to stop accepting applications or swap it out for another open position.
In December 2018, we surveyed 795 physical therapists to try to understand why so many practices were having trouble hiring. The results were clear.
PTs rated the “average difficulty” of finding a job at only 3.2 out of 10. If physical therapists are finding jobs easily, that means it’s going to be harder for you to hire.
There is a shortage of 29,000 FTE physical therapists and supply cannot meet a growing patient demand. The number of new therapists is growing slowly. This increases demand for PTs and makes hiring more difficult. (APTA, 2016)
The population of individuals aged 55+ will increase by 28% between 2010 and 2020. This means a larger patient demographic who will be focused on aging in place. More patients to treat increases demand for PTs. (US Census Bureau, 2018)
Since 2013, post-acute care and home health have expanded rapidly. As Medicaid expansion progresses across the U.S., this means an additional 4.3-4.7 million patients will be covered by insurance, with many of them eligible for rehab therapies. (Urban Institute, 2018)
Each year there is a net increase of 8,000 PTs. However, with attrition rates as high as 3.5%, this ratio cannot support the concurrent increase in demand for physical therapy services. (APTA, 2016)
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