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Shane Eugene Mass
Occupational therapist work with treating and developing skill to those whom have a disability of some sort or another. Although my specialty in the health care setting is in emergency medicine, I can say it seems to be a rewarding career based upon observation.
I can help you! Let's research a few things. First, let's check out the Job Outlook for an OT career at the Bureau of Labor Statistics - Occupational Outlook Handbook. We can discuss things such as projected salaries, supply and demand and other closely related paths. Second, let's take a look at volunteer opportunities at local Hospitals or rehab facilities ( a few visits to gain some in person experience and interview and socialize with members of this professional will be well worth your vested time). Third, let's list the pro's and con's, now that you have done the research and experienced it in real life. (is it what you though it would be?)
Finally, lets investigate the armed forces. each has a website we can visit first. I've been in the Navy and would be more than happy to answer any questions you have. I will give you solid answers.
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