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Will I earn more money if I get a master's degree in occupational therapy (OT)?

On your first job, the difference in salary offered for a professional master's degree prepared therapist and a baccalaureate degree prepared therapist may be negligible, as both are considered entry-level. Over time, the individual with a master's degree may more readily be placed in higher level and higher paying positions. Many occupational therapists opt to continue their education beyond their entry-level degree with a post-professional (advanced) master's or doctoral degree.

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