Sailors in the Navy are amongst the most well-traveled people across all four branches of the military. Whether by land, sea, or air, US Navy personnel see not only other parts of our great country, but other parts of the world. Physical therapists are in great demand in the Navy and National Guard, meaning you can be one of those well-traveled people. Click here to request more information or apply for a physical therapist position in the US Military today!
National Guard Physical Therapists Get World-Class Training
When you enlist in the National Guard or US Navy, you are fast-tracking your career. Instead of having to work a part-time or full-time job while going to school full-time to learn your new career, you get paid to attend school to become a licensed and certified physical therapist. All of your time can be focused solely on learning and school so that you can become the best Navy physical therapist you possibly can.
Get a Leading Advantage over Civilian Physical Therapists
Physical therapy education costs money, but not if you are in the National Guard or Navy. Imagine having zero student loans to repay, no debt and a promising and rewarding career ahead of you with complete benefits and job security? If the Navy offered you all of that plus the chance to travel the world and learn about other areas and cultures, would you jump? Most people would. Click here to find out how to get into this in-demand field.
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