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This is an index of our Massage Therapist Career FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) Page. There are many questions, with new ones added weekly. This is an easier way of browsing for the info that you want, especially if you don't have the time to read through all of the questions, hoping your question will be there. But it's all good; if you don't find an answer, please submit your question about Massage Therapist Careers to learn@njmassage.info. Thank you.

Where will I be working?

What is massage therapy work like?

Do I have to touch people?

Can I refuse to work on someone I don't like?

Are there a lot of seedy, creepy guys looking for massage?

What can I expect to earn as a Massage Therapist?

Do I earn more at a spa or at another venue in my Massage Career?

How much can I earn doing chair massage?

How long will it take me to build a private practice?

Is a private practice the goal of every therapist?

What other types of work can I do as a massage therapist?

What are the modalities that most people will ask for?

Is it useful to have additional modalities to offer?

Do I have to take continuing education classes?

Do I have to apply for a license in my state?

Are there additional credentials I can have that make me more attractive to employers? Or to clients?

What are the best continuing education classes to take?

Why do I need continuing education? Didn't I learn everything I needed to know in massage school?

What types of people will I meet in this field?

Is there cut-throat competition among massage therapists?

Is it better to work for a spa or to try to do it on my own?

What else do I need to know to work in this field?

Should I get educated in other fields like physical therapy or is massage sufficient?

What are other massage therapists like?

Will I be expected to know all of the muscles forever or will I forget some of them?

Do clients like it better when you can tell them the names of the muscles that hurt them?

Do clients really care about the education you have?

Do clients actually care if you are licensed?

Do you need a license to open your own spa?

Is there a special license for the spa to employ massage therapists?

What paperwork should I ask a spa or chiropractors office for in order to know they are legitimately offering massage in their place?

Where do I find a job as a massage therapist? Do I look in the paper?

Here are some additional questions and answers, added as of The 4th of July, 2014!

Is there health insurance for most Massage Therapist jobs?

Do I get to make my own schedule working as a Massage Therapist?

As a Massage Therapist, can I take off when I want to?

Is there paid vacation as a Massage Therapist?

Is there a 401k with most Massage Jobs?

Are there bonuses?

How do I get paid as a Massage Therapist? Is it by the hour?

Do I get paid even if no one shows up?

Where else can I work besides a day spa?

How do I know the Spa is legitimate and not a s€x place?

Can I choose to only work on women, as I'm a girl?

What if working on the opposite gender is against my religion?

What do I do if a guy touches me inappropriately while I'm working as a MT?

What if a client gives me a hug? Is that necessarily creepy?

Do male Massage therapists get fewer jobs?

Is it legal for a client to request a male or female Massage Therapist?

Is it right that clients can request a Massage Therapist by their gender? That seems sexist.

How much do I get an hour working as a Massage Therapist?

Can I work at two spas at one time?

What's the difference between a physical therapist and a Massage Therapist?

How do I become a massage teacher?




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