The Ultimate Guide To Personal Finance For New Grad Occupational Therapists

The Ultimate Guide To Personal Finance For New Grad Occupational Therapists

If you’re reading NGOT, you’re probably either a prospective student, in school and paying a lot of money to learn, or a brand new OT looking for guidance.

Wherever you are in your career as an OT, the ultimate goal is to be a proficient occupational therapist. So after the rat race of getting into school, passing the NBCOT, interviewing for a job, and accepting, you finally get to work.

And with that, you get your first paycheck.

So, what should you do? And how do you plan for all the other paychecks to come?

In this article, we’ll give you the skills, tips, and tricks to be financially successful no matter what your goals are. For new grad occupational therapists, this includes:

  • Budgeting
  • Saving
  • Paying your debt
  • Investing
  • Insurance

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About Dominic Lloyd-Randolfi

Dominic Lloyd-Randolfi
Dominic Lloyd-Randolfi is the Publication Director of NewGradOccupationalTherapy.com. He recently graduated from MGH Institute of Health Professions with his doctorate in occupational therapy and works as an acute care OT.

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