About my college education:
You will need common sense (personal experiences or shared experiences like burn from a fire), interpersonal skills (dealing with people who will be assisting you or assisting the patient, colleagues), analytical skills & Math skills (deals with Physics in which this is very useful for effective muscle toning, rehabilitation, development).
My current job:
English Proficiency Trainer
Am I using what I learned in college:
Yes, in some cases of emergencies that deals with anatomy (which is our specialty), I get to share simple/basic info, others like gym routines, diets, approaches on personal problems (we tackled Psychology & Psychiatry) etc.
How long did it take to find a job after graduation:
Do I recommend studying BS Physical Therapy:
Yes, very in demand abroad (Texas for eg).
It's interesting in a way that you get to familiar yourself anatomically, you get to help others through the basic tasks like checking Vital stats, my dad has Diabetes so I get to check/monitor his blood sugar, my mom has Hypertension so I get to check her BP by sched (not only my mom by the rest of my neighborhood sometimes calls me for help).
Salary is competitive given the fact that we are almost same as physicians when it comes to learning.
Was this review useful to you?