All Physiotherapy, Physical Therapy, Movement

Physiotherapists need good communication skills and empathy in order to diagnose patients effectively and motivate them to follow their prescribed exercise regimes. Since the job requires both strength and delicacy (and requires a lot of time on your feet), some physical fitness is also a good thing.​Physical therapists can work in a variety of settings: nursing homes, sports facilities, hospitals, patients’ homes, or in private practice. They earn an average of $95,500 per year.