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Old 05-22-2008, 07:59 AM
 
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The commute from HS to RTP is more than 45 min in rush hour and i am doing it everyday
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Old 05-22-2008, 01:30 PM
 
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The commute from HS to RTP is more than 45 min in rush hour and i am doing it everyday
Me too. it's at least 45 minutes, every morning.

Traffic is completely clogged, every morning.

And it's the same in the evening.
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Old 09-09-2011, 03:56 PM
 
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Do your homework and make sure this is the case.

My wife is an occupational therapist. When we were thinking about moving to Raleigh I said "Honey, don't you think you should look for a job now instead of waiting until we get there?"

She said "Oh no, you silly man, I'm an occupational therapist and there are jobs EVERYWHERE for occupational therapists".

Well, we got here and it took her 9 months to find a job, and that was one that she hated (nursing home), but took it anyway because she was tired of looking.

Companies here use occupational therapists differently than in TX. It seems that the only openings are in traveling home health and nursing homes. My wife was in outpatient rehab, and the only jobs for outpatient rehab seem to be occupational therapists that specialize in hand rehab.

Now, I'm not saying that this will be the case for a physical therapist, because they are different, but I'm warning you not to assume that jobs will be plentiful.
Can your wife give me any insight on speech therapists? Thanks!!!
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