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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.
An increasing number of athletes are integrating massage therapy into their regular training programs. Read more about breaking into sports massage.
As more and more consumers begin to understand the benefits of massage, opportunities to work within the health care community continue to rise.
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.
Spas are where most people continue to receive massage. Career opportunities for qualified massage therapists seeking to work in a spa environment abound.
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