Keyword: career guidance
- Career Direction Self-Evaluation
- Better understanding what you want from your massage therapy career requires you to evaluate your goals.
- Careers Within Franchises
Whether you are currently an independent contractor, new to the profession or seeking a position within a more structured environment, pursuing a career within a franchise may be for you.
- Choosing an Employer
Help for when you're making decisions about where to work.
- Fitness and Sports Massage
An increasing number of athletes are integrating massage therapy into their regular training programs. Read more about breaking into sports massage.
- Professional Performance Guidelines
Performance guidelines and standards help advance the massage therapy profession.
- Responsibilities of Being a Massage Employee
Learn more about what you can expect as an employee practicing massage therapy.
- Self-Employed Resources
Many massage therapists choose to be independent contractors or own their own practices. AMTA offers a host of business development and marketing tools for massage therapists choosing to be self-employed.
- Setting Long-Term Goals
Long-term goals help you stay focused on where you are- and where you want to be- in your career as a massage therapist.
- Sources of Job Leads
Quality sources of job leads are important, whether you have many years of massage experience or are embarking on a new career as a massage therapist.
- Writing a Massage Therapy Cover Letter
Learn how to write a cover letter that will stand out for prospective massage therapy employers, and download a sample cover letter.
"As a professional member of AMTA, I have found comfort in knowing that all the effort I put into obtaining my massage certification is recognized and protected. AMTA standards validate the profession."
—Kim K., AMTA member since 2003