Massage Therapy Jobs
Massage Therapy Jobs - Where exactly are all those $60.00 an hour jobs that your massage school promised that you would find?
Jobs are fairly a new phenomenon in the massage profession. Most massage therapists start their own business but with the creation of the many massage franchises more jobs have become available.
The thing is that most are entry level jobs where you start out at $12 an hour.
I hear so many horror stories like this one about people in massage jobs being worked to the point of injury or to the point of burnout.
... Low paying jobs. Long hours. No breaks. Back to Back clients. No Benefits, sick pay or retirement benefits. No pay when you are not doing a massage...
There are better jobs out there that pay $25-$45 an hour and I want you to get them!
I got tired of hearing about the low rates of pay and poor job conditions so I decided to write this Ebook to teach you how to get or create a higher paying job in massage.
It is possible to find higher paying jobs that can support you in your career path, but it requires that you really take the time to create a job plan for yourself and learn how to present yourself to employers in a way that shows them what massage can really do and why you are worth more. You can get more information about how to do that by reading my Ebook:
The Massage Job Guide and begin taking steps to finding or creating your "Ideal Massage Job."
How to research the job market and find the right place for you to work
How to figure out if you are a sub-contractor or an employee. Most employers are taking advantage of massage therapists in this way.
Who is hiring Massage Therapists Find resources for most job markets.
Find out about Resumes, Cover Letters and Job Interviews and what you need to do to secure a job interview.
How to take the job search one step farther and create your own job.
What do massage employers really want?
Find out this and much more in this 60 page Ebook (PDF download to your computer only) and find or create a job even in this economy!
To Your Success!
Julie Onofrio, LMP
(To be able to get a job in massage you first have to be licensed as a massage therapist and have proper training. If you are thinking about becoming a massage therapist be sure to read my Massage Career Guide to learn everything you need to know about deciding on a career in massage and what you will need to do to become a massage therapist)