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This afternoon as I was clicking around on the internet, I came across a list of “America’s Best Careers 2009.”  U.S. News & World Report looked at jobs with the “best outlook in this recessionary economy (and beyond), the highest rates of job satisfaction, the least difficult training necessary, the most prestige, and the highest pay. These careers have staying power: They’re smart moves now, and they’ll be smart moves for years to come.”

Can you guess, of the 31 careers that made the list, which one is on there that makes me smile?

Occupational Therapy.

If you’ve clicked around on my blog at all, then you’ve gotten somewhat of a feel for what OT’s do on a day to day basis.  You can read U.S. News & World Report’s description of Occupational Therapy by clicking here.

The following video was also included on their website as a supplement to the article about Occupational Therapy.

I’m so proud to be a part of the profession of Occupational Therapy!


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