What Allied Health Careers are in Demand?
Mar30

What Allied Health Careers are in Demand?

We’ve all seen the numbers; there is currently a shortage of workers in countless healthcare professions. However, despite this general trend, some jobs are even more in need than others. Under the broad field of allied health, these disparities in demand are definitely apparent. So, what allied health careers are in demand? Well, beyond the all too simple answer, all of them, there are five allied health professions in high demand...

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What is an Allied Health Degree?
Mar15

What is an Allied Health Degree?

If you’ve landed on our AlliedTravelCareers.com site, you’re probably already interested in a job in healthcare. Some of you will be looking to land your next travel physical therapy job so you can help rehab injuries while exploring the country. Others will opt to do some sightseeing while advancing his or her career in psychology. Both those careers and plenty others fall under the umbrella of allied health. We’ve explained what...

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How to Find the Highest Paying Allied Health Jobs
Mar06

How to Find the Highest Paying Allied Health Jobs

It’s no surprise that healthcare is one of the fastest growing industries out there, and allied health is no exception. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), “employment in the healthcare and social assistance sector is projected to generate the largest number of jobs” in the upcoming years, which is good news for allied health professionals! With that being said, whether you’re fresh out of med...

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So, You Think You Can Travel: Physical Therapist Personality Traits
Feb06

So, You Think You Can Travel: Physical Therapist Personality Traits

Calling all physical therapists who have wanderlust and are bored with the monotony of a full-time position! If you feel the open road calling you but want to maintain your professional career in physical therapy, you most likely are contemplating travel therapy positions. Yet, taking that leap of faith and leaving your permanent career for a transient lifestyle can be intimidating. What if you don’t like it? What if you’re bad at it?...

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Hiring Veterans In Healthcare
Dec26

Hiring Veterans In Healthcare

The unemployment rate for veterans in 2014 was 5.3 percent. With more than 20 million veterans across the country, the opportunities to hire these veterans are bountiful. With a healthcare shortage that continues to grow more and more prominent, many facilities fail to realize that there is an entire untapped employment pool that could help fill those jobs. There are a variety of resources looking to match Veterans with employers....

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Help Patients with a Fear of Needles
Dec12

Help Patients with a Fear of Needles

Throughout the world of medicine, allied health professionals encounter a wide range of patient concerns. While some are more rational than others, it’s important to learn how to deal with each fear in order to provide the best care possible! One of the most common situations for professionals in many allied health fields is encountering patients with a fear of needles. No matter a patient’s age, it’s possible for a person to...

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