Massage Therapy ranks 50th in the 2016 Best Job Ranking in US News Career
“The real purpose of giving massage is to foster more depth of feeling for one another in order to bring out the love that often lies buried beneath the pain of everyday suffering.” ~Robert Calvert
Looking for a job that the goal is making the people feels better? Consider becoming a massage therapist who has a magic touch and magic hands that relieves pain, reduce stress and make you relax. And that makes massage therapy an amazing job.
The US News Career evaluated 174 most in demand careers and now they come up the ranks the best jobs in whole US and there they come up a new list of the 100 Best Jobs of 2016. Good jobs that pay well and challenging, good match for your skills, not stressful, and provide a better work-life balance. Massage therapy ranks 50 in the list. There are 3.9% of unemployment rate and over 36,500 numbers of jobs all over the US. It also ranks #8 in Best Health Care Support Jobs with an overall score of 6.4/10. Massage is relaxing experience for your clients. Giving a massage needs physical strength and may injure the massage therapist that is not being careful in doing the proper massage techniques.
Is Massage a really good Job?
Massage Therapy is a great job and a rewarding profession. There are many possible workplaces you can choose from Hotels, spa, Cruise ships, hospitals and many more. And according to Bureau of Labor and Economic Growth, massage has become 20% increase in demand through 2020 and the salaries are going to rise.
How much does a Massage Therapist make?
As Bureau of Labor Statistics stated, the median salary for a massage therapy is $37,180 per year. The actual salary may vary based on the location, years of experience and some other factors. The highest paid received by a massage therapist is at least $69.070 as an annual salary. On the state level average age of the masseuses is around $82.260.