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Massage Therapy at Everest

A masseuse-in-training at Everest's Massage Therapy program works with clients using the actual massage tables and chairs used professionally.

Massage Therapy is a healing art and a science. It's also an exciting career path for anyone who wants to work in a career helping people relieve stress and pain. Graduates of our Massage Therapy program may work in:

  • Spas and Resorts
  • Cruise Ships
  • Chiropractic Offices
  • Massage Office
  • Nursing Homes
  • Fitness Centers
  • Hotels
  • Airports
  • Doctor's Offices
  • Beauty and Hair Salons

If you're interested about becoming a massage therapist, this site is for you. We'll provide you with the information you may need to learn about the massage therapy profession.

Massage Therapy is a career field that can be personally rewarding for industry professionals. As a profession, massage therapy is considered to be in its adolescent stage, though the profession has been around for quite a long time. The massage therapy profession is emerging as a critical career field, a result of  massage being embraced by insurance companies, medical communities and the public at large.

How quickly the massage therapy profession is emerging as a critical career field is largely a result of how well massage is being embraced by insurance companies, medical communities and the public at large.

Massage Therapy Career Field

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, employment for massage therapists is expected to increase faster than average over the next 10 years.* This great job growth projection is due to the rapidly growing segment of aging baby boomers who desire massage to help them with their health problems. This job growth means there is a demand for more qualified massage therapists.

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*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-13 Edition, Massage Therapists, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/massage-therapists.htm (visited May 17, 2013). Your own hard work, professionalism, experience, work attitude, local market data and other factors may impact your personal employment opportunities and pay.


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