Posted on 01 April 2012.
Do you go to the spa? The response may well be “yes.” Spas used to be for the wealthy and celebrities, but now they are a more diversified business serving a wide range of incomes and ages with different time commitments, and offering their reviving benefits to everyone. The expanding spa business brings in .7 billion in revenue every year, the International SPA Association (ISPA) says.
There has been immense growth in the spa industry during the past decade; therefore, spas are having a hard time filling the empty spots for estheticians, technicians that do nails, cosmetologists, and other people who specialize in beauty. People with experience in the spa business are called upon when a new spa opens up or an older spa remodels to make more space; many of the openings are in places like exotic islands in the tropics or exciting ski resorts.
For future employees and people presently employed in the beauty profession, the U.S. Department of Labor tells us that employment in the personal appearance field will grow by 14 percent by 1016, with most of this growth being in full-service day spas.
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Posted on 16 October 2011.
Do you “spa”? Chances are, the answer is “yes.” The relaxing, rejuvenating, and refreshing powers of a spa are no longer just for the pampered rich and famous—spas are big business, serving everyone from the preteen prom-goer to the lunch-hour businessman. The booming spa industry generates .7 billion in annual revenue, according to the International SPA Association (ISPA).
With exponential growth in the spa world in the last decade, spas are scrambling to fill vacant spots for estheticians, nail technicians, cosmetologists, and other beauty specialists. Spa professionals are regularly recruited for a new spa opening or an older spa expanding, with openings even in locales such as exotic tropical islands or bustling ski resorts.
For aspiring or current beauty professionals, this means that job opportunities will grow rapidly, as predicted by the U.S. Department of Labor, which says that personal appearance worker employment will increase by 14 percent to 2016, with much of this demand attributed to the growth in full-service day spas.
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