Calling all history buffs for occupational therapist jobs in the nation’s capitol.  Year after year, thousands of visitors pass though the city limits of Washington, D.C. They come to stand before the original Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States. They tour the White House, Capital Hill and Arlington National Cemetery. They come to stand in awe of this great nation they call home. There are many ways to see this historical city. Try a guided tour by bus or trolley. A river cruise down the Potomac is a fun and cool way to spend a summer afternoon. In the evenings you can take in a show at one the many theaters in the city. Comedy, romance, and even a political satire or two grace these stages virtually rear round. The James Bond in your life may be interested in the new International Spy Museum. Cases taken from actual files provide for heart-pounding adventures in their Operation Spy program. Georgetown, home to Georgetown University, is a great place to find a quaint café, order up a warm cup of freshly ground coffee and simply enjoy the atmosphere.

The nation’s capitol is brimming with things to see and do. Bring the whole family for a fun filled vacation in Washington, D.C. when you take an occupational therapy job here.  Search our hot Washington, D.C. occupational therapist jobs below.

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