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Wisconsin Healthcare Careers

Occupational therapist

Occupational therapists evaluate and treat people who have injuries, illnesses, or disabilities to help them with vocational, daily living and other skills that promote independence.

The median annual pay is $82,080 per year in Wisconsin, and it is expected that the need for this position will increase by 12% (much faster than average) in the next 10 years.

A master's degree is required to become an occupational therapist.

Most occupational therapists work full time, but part-time work is common. They may work nights or weekends, as needed, to accommodate clients’ schedules.

You may be a good fit for this opportunity if you excel in adaptability, communication skills, compassion, interpersonal skills and patience.

Wisconsin Healthcare Careers: Job Profile

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