What with the tail of a global pandemic, shifting dynamics between employers and employees, economic uncertainty, and emerging artificial intelligence technologies, the U.S. workforce is in a state of disruption. Add in continuing examination of health care reform as the nation attempts to make services more accessible, more affordable, and with better outcomes, and health care in particular — physical therapy even more specifically — faces mounting challenges.
APTA Reports Reveal Workforce Trends
Three recent reports give APTA and its members data on the demographics, wages, and vacancies in the profession.
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