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4 Degrees That Pay Off Immediately After Graduation

Despite a rebounding American economy, recent college graduates continue to struggle in finding decent wages in their fields of study. Unemployment among young graduates hit 7.2% in 2015 and the rate of underemployment peaked at nearly 15% in the same year – hardly comforting statistics for those about to begin their adult lives. But as much as the buzzwords “recession-proof” are overused, there are a few areas of study that offer immediate benefit to those who take up the challenge. 1. Network Administrator Despite the ever-growing need for reliable, secure network systems...

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Is Massage Therapy the Right Career for You?

As a career, massage therapy has some fantastic perks, such as accommodating a travel bug and being an all-around flexible and fun occupation. But that doesn’t make massage therapy the right career for everyone. To determine the answer to whether or not massage therapy is a good career choice for you, there are some things to think about… Ask some questions about yourself and your interests: Do you enjoy helping others and improving their wellness? Are you a good, clear communicator? Do you consider yourself (or have you been told that you...

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Next Novice Class February 21st—Don’t Miss If You Want to Enroll with Us!

If you’re interested in a career in massage, or just interested in massage in general, February 21st is a crucial date to mark on your calendar. We’ll be hosting our last Novice Class before our March 15 Professional Massage Program begins, and if you think you might want to become a professional massage therapist, you’ll need this prerequisite! At our Novice Class, you’ll learn the fundamentals of therapeutic Swedish massage, including how to use massage equipment and supplies and become acquainted with the basic strokes. If you just want to know...

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Prepping for Tax Time: Tax Tips for Massage Therapists

This time of year can be particularly complicated and stressful for self-employed professionals like massage therapists. As a massage therapist in business for yourself, whether you are a sole proprietor or independent contractor, you are consider to be self-employed and need to file a Schedule C or C-EZ, as well as a Schedule SE for required self-employment taxes. Start here to understand where you stand with filing taxes for the 2015 business year. The following tips and guidelines should help massage therapists navigate tax time with more ease and confidence. Keep detailed...

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