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Entering the profession as a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant during a pandemic is something none of us has experienced.

Do the same rules apply for finding and applying for a job? What will hiring managers think if there is a gap on your resume between graduation and application review? Do you as a new grad need to acquire additional skills to navigate new COVID-19 precautions?

We asked three experts whose companies hire PTs and PTAs these questions and more.

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