Travel Physical Therapist Jobs in Vermont

Vermont is a perfect destination for traveling physical therapists looking to acquire new skills and broaden their knowledge. From the vibrant cities of Burlington and Montpelier to rural towns scattered across the state, Vermont provides a wealth of opportunities for travel physical therapists in a range of settings. You can find jobs at well-renowned academic medical centers, community hospitals, and small clinics all over the Green Mountain State. Whether you choose to experience the state's culture or take advantage of its stunning scenery - Vermont has something special for every traveler to enjoy.

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Vermont Travel Physical Therapist FAQ

The median salary for Physical Therapists in the state of Vermont was $81,580 per year or $39.22 per hour in 2020 with most earning an annual salary between $68,010 and $90,900 according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Entry-level jobs in Vermont or those with the lowest 10% salary earned around $55,610, while the highest 10% earned more than $103,250. Vermont ranks 50 in median annual salary for Physical Therapists, though when adjusted to the relative cost of living, Vermont ranks at 46. Typically, travel pt jobs will provide higher hourly and weekly pay than permanent positions in the same specialty, facility, and location. The estimated weekly gross pay listed for travel Physical Therapists is based on the specified hours per week listed on job cards and includes available stipend amounts.

To become a licensed physical therapist in Vermont, you must first submit an application and fee of $100. A temporary license may be issued for up to 90 days for a physical therapist already licensed in another jurisdiction who has applied for licensure by endorsement. The fee for that is $50. You can access the application at After submitting your application, it will take 3-5 business days for processing. Once processed successfully, you will receive your license from the Board of Physical Therapy.

Vermont is currently debating the model legislation required to join the PT Compact. The state won't be able to grant or accept compact privileges until the legislation is both passed and fully implemented.