Thinking about a new job in physical therapy? Consider a California physical therapy job with Advanced Medical. Advanced Medical, one of the country’s premier travel therapy companies, has immediate physical therapy job openings throughout the state of California. With our company, you will receive help from our team of recruiters to provide assistance with finding a traveling PT job in a location that fits you. You will enjoy:
- Housing at No Charge or Housing Allowance
- 100% Health Coverage
- Ability to Design a Schedule of When You Want to Work
- Positive Association from Working With One of the Top Travel Therapy Companies
- Choose What Kind of Facility in Which You Want to Work
- Professional and General Liability Insurance
- Therapy Continuing Education courses
Travel physical therapy jobs in California are excellent opportunities to advance your career to the next level and earn a very lucrative living. Become part of a dynamic group of travel therapists with Advanced Medical.
Loving Life in California
California is one of the greatest states in the country. Whether you love the mountains, ocean or chic metro areas, California has the place for you. Enjoy afternoons along the 840 miles of coastline or hiking through the Mojave Desert, or tasting some of the best wines in the country. California has something for everyone.
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Cost Of Living in California
While California is known as the Golden State, there is a bit if trade-off when living in paradise. That trade-off is a higher cost of living. The average salary for a licensed physical therapist in the state of California is $86,890 (BLS.gov, May 2011). This is about an 8.8% higher than the national average. The consumer price index of 238 in California is about 6.25% higher than the national average of 224. While the cost of living can vary from city to city within California it is good to know that the average price of wine in California is 22.6% lower than the national average.
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