Online Help for Job Seekers

You’re in massage school and beginning to think about life after graduation—but where will you find a massage job? A good place to start your search is on one of the many websites that can help you get settled in your new career.

There are two categories of sites that fulfill this purpose: job sites, which match job seekers with employment openings (think clinics and spas); and therapist-locator sites, where clients research local therapists in private practice (you’ll have to register on these sites).

 

Job Sites

Behind The Chair: behindthechair.com/jobs/start.aspx

CareerBliss: careerbliss.com

Careerbuilder: careerbuilder.com

Glassdoor: glassdoor.com

Hospitality Jobs Online: hospitalityonline.com/jobs

Indeed: indeed.com

ISPA Job Bank: experienceispa.com (click Careers)

Jobs2Careers: jobs2careers.com

Leisurejobs: leisurejobs.us

Monster.com: monster.com

Salon Channel: salonchannel.com/jobs

WomensJobSearch.net: womensjobsearch.net

Also, check your local newspaper’s classified ads online.

 

Massage Therapist Locator Sites

American Massage Therapy Association’s Find a Massage Therapist: amtamassage.org/findamassage/directory.aspx

Associated Massage & Bodywork Professionals: massagetherapy.com/find/index.php

I Want A Massage.com: iwantamassage.com

Massage Anywhere: massageanywhere.com

Therapeutic Directory: mt.therapeuticdirectory.com

 

More Help

Check with your local or state association chapter to see if it offers a therapist-locator site. To find additional sites, type “find a massage therapist” into any search engine.

 

Information last updated 7-20-16.