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the career choice will be physical therapy

Instructions:Look over the text (Chapters 11-14) and choose a career within the field that interests you.Your research paper must be:A minimum of 3 to 5 full length pages, reference page is separate12 inch fontdouble-spaced throughout the entire paper (even between the topic headings)proper sentence structure, grammar, and spellingat least 3 different sources used and cited with links included in referencespaper content must be in your words – do not cut and paste from sourcesuse full sentences and paragraphs (like a term paper), no bullet or incomplete statementsPoints will be deducted if the above guidelines are not followed.Your research paper should include the following:describe the career and its responsibilitiesidentify career opportunitiessalaryprofessional organizations affiliated with this careerexplain how a professional in this field can increase their marketabilitygive some advantages and disadvantages of pursuing this careerexplain if this is a career choice of yours (why or why not?)You are encouraged to use the internet for all your research, however, you must include the designated bibliography page which lists the sources of all your information (i.e., I have included a bib/reference page in the format document linked below as part of your paper. You must have the exact webpage link for all your work – I check website links!!!)PLEASE NOTE: If you turn in a paper that is not written in your words, wherein the content is cut and pasted from other sources without using quotation marks, your paper will be considered a work of plagiarism. As such, your paper will receive an automatic “F” according to Central Texas College plagiarism policies. You may use the exact words of your sources if the majority of your paper does not consist of quotes and only if you include quotation marks around your source’s words. (hint: quotes from sources are usually only used as points of emphasis or for providing specific information) .