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Is physiotherapy overstaffed .Is it easy to get a job and progress now?
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Is physiotherapy overstaffed .Is it easy to get a job and progress now?
Graduate Physiotherapists are key workers and will be eligible to work in multiple organisations. This includes the acute NHS Trusts, GP surgeries, schools, industry, community physical health services, mental health services, learning disability services and social services / local authorities as well as private practice, charities and other non-traditional and third sector organisations. Graduates could also consider a career working in clinical research or teaching, in the UK or overseas. It's important that you choose a course that will allow you to undertake a range of practice placements to gain real-life experience and apply your learning to real-life situations which may lead to further employment opportunities.

There is demand in all health and social care services including the acute NHS Trusts, community physical health services, mental health services, Learning Disability Services and Social Services / Local Authorities as well as private practice, charities and other non-traditional and third sector organisations. Therefore graduate prospects and opportunities are far greater than other similar courses. The mean salary six months post-graduation is £21,938.*
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