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Spa Attendants

Employment Prospects


The International SPA Association estimates that, as of May 2013, 343,600 people worked in the spa industry in the United States, which is up from 232,700 in 2007, a 32 percent increase. The primary employers of spa attendants are hotels, resorts, salons, and, naturally, spas. Increasing numbers of salons are adding spas to their facilities to maintain a competitive edge; this will lead to increased opportunities for spa attendants throughout the country, mostly in larger cities and metropolitan areas. The same is true for hotel spas. Many spas, however, are clustered in resort areas with attractions like hot springs and consistently pleasant climates.

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