Advantages and disadvantages of being an Occupational Therapist

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Advantages and disadvantages of being an Occupational Therapist (01-2-2014)

What are the advantages and disadvantage of being an Occupational Therapist?

Following are some advantages and disadvantages of being and Occupational Therapist:


• Occupational therapists are in demand so there will not much difficulty in finding a job.
• Working with the different clients and helping them achieve their goals gives opportunity of meeting new people.
• There are many work setting you can choose from.
• You can also work on part-time basis.
• The job can be fun.


• Since the occupational therapists work in medical and rehabilitation area, working in these fields can expose occupational therapists to cases that are quite disturbing which can sometimes leads to stress.

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