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How much money does a massage therapist earn in New Jersey?


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2007-11-06 04:48:05
2007-11-06 04:48:05

How much money does a massage therapist earn?


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Not much, but the job has other rewards. . .

A massage therapist can earn more than $40,000s annually as per experienced and skill.

Yes, a massage therapist is paid per massage given. Thus, if you provide more services (or longer massages), you will earn more money. You could earn up to $80,000 a year with the right connections and a good business plan.

As of July 2014, the average annual pay for a massage therapist is $22,000. Mobile massage therapists can earn as much as $98,000 per year.

The average salary of a neuromuscular therapist in Georgia is 39,770 dollars per year. Neuromuscular therapy is a specialized form of massage therapy.

It depends on whether they are working for themselves or are employed in an establishment, like a spa, chiropractic office, gym, etc. The national average income for a massage therapist is about $30-40,000 per year.

Massage therapists often set their own pricing for their services. People will pay up to $100 an hour for a massage.

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A bilingual speech therapist will earn approximately $40,000 annually in the United States. However, this will vary depending on the languages the speech therapist knows.

The average for an animal physical therapist to make is $36,000 unfortunately.

Massage therapist (we do not like being called masseuses) are their own bosses in a lot of cases, so, they set their own earning goals. If you live in NYC or its surrounding areas you can expect to earn $40,000 to $100,000 a year.

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A beginning massage therapist earns the same amount as a regular working professional, about $60 of a one hour massage. When you include the set up and associated paper work, laundry, etc, it really comes out to more like $60 for two hours of work.

Having less than a year experience of being a massage therapist could pay up an average of $30,000. However if you are employed in an exclusive Hotel Spa and Resort, you tend to earn more and gain better benefits.

A massage therapist can make up to 30,000 annually. The more massages you can handle without getting tired out will also help your earnings. It may also depend on if you work somewhere that allows you to keep gratuity.

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The expected median salary for a typical massage therapist in the United States is close to $50,000. It really depends on where you live, but generally the average price is $60 for an hour. If you are interested in getting a better price, and willing to take a chance that it might not be quite as good, you could try going to a massage school student clinic. They will charge around $30-$35 for an hour massage. If you are lucky, you may even get a massage that's better than one from a professional. It's worth a try.

Earnings vary for a massage therapist. Keep in mind a massage therapist does not do 40 hours of massage each week. When you see the potential earnings for massage therapists being computed by job search sites they scew the numbers because they tend to multiply the hourly rate times 40. A full time massage therapist may perform anywhere from 15 to 25 hours of massage per week. Some weeks/months may be busier than others. Here is a resource from a survey to see what the average income was in 2005: They show $18,950 as the average massage related income in 2005.

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