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Sunday, October 26, 2008


Massage Therapy Jobs in Atlanta

Hoping to aid those looking for Atlanta massage therapy jobs, the Atlanta School of Massage recently announced the launch of its newest resource. Those who graduate from the school will now have access to a Career Services Website where employment opportunities will be posted.

The website does not only focus on jobs in the Atlanta area. Instead the school’s career search page gives graduates the ability to browse job announcements throughout the state. Currently, there are around 45 new listed positions on the website each month, including jobs at both spas and salons.

This field of employment has been growing for sometime, but now there are more individuals entering into training for these positions. Because of this, competition is increasing. A spokesperson for the Atlanta School of Massage said that it remains focused on helping it’s students find the best jobs possible. In order to this, the school maintains relationships with over 1,000 different employers in the field.

"Our graduates directly reflect our expert instructors, our proven curriculum, and the hands-on commercial experience of our popular Student Clinic," said the Atlanta School of Massage’s president Leticia Allen. "That combination gives them the ingredients for success in massage therapy careers: a strong foundation in a variety of massage techniques, scientific knowledge of the human body, sound communication skills and a clear understanding of business practices."

Because of the skills graduates from the school possess, many employers throughout Georgia prefer them.

“If we had out choice we’d only hire from Atlanta School of Massage,” said a representative of Massage Envy in a recent message to the school. “We wish all schools were as professional.”
Massage Envy operates 18 different clinics throughout the Atlanta metro area and 795 nationally. According to a recent press release, this goes to show that graduates are seen as highly marketable.

The Atlanta School of Massage was the first massage therapy school in the state of Georgia, the first to receive accreditation and the first in the state to be approved by the U.S. Department of Education to offer students Title IV funding.


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