• Online massage therapy job resource announces dozens of new spa and salon openings every month and is available to all Atlanta School of Massage graduates.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 26, 2008 — Atlanta School of Massage (www.atlantaschoolofmassage.com) today announced the launch of a powerful new job resource for massage therapy careers: the Atlanta School of Massage Career Services Website, available to all graduates of the school. Employers from all over Georgia are posting jobs at a rate of about 45 new listings each month, including positions at spas and salons.

As competition for massage therapy careers increases, Atlanta School of Massage continues to focus on helping its graduates find the best positions that lead to fulfilling careers. Toward that goal, the school maintains relationships with more than 1,000 employers in the wellness field.

“If we had our choice we’d only hire from Atlanta School of Massage. We wish all schools were as professional.” That was the message recently received from Massage Envy in Atlanta, operators of 18 busy clinics in the Atlanta area and 795 nationwide. It underlines the fact that every graduating class — diverse, talented and highly skilled — emerges highly marketable for the wellness industry.

“Our graduates directly reflect our expert instructors, our proven curriculum, and the hands-on commercial experience of our popular Student Clinic,” said Atlanta School of Massage president Leticia Allen. “That combination gives them the ingredients for success in massage therapy careers: a strong foundation in a variety of massage techniques, scientific knowledge of the human body, sound communication skills and a clear understanding of business practices.”

About Atlanta School of Massage
Atlanta School of Massage, an international leader and pioneering massage therapy school, is celebrating 28 years of preparing students for successful massage therapy careers.

In keeping with its leading-edge tradition, Atlanta School of Massage continues to expand a long history of accomplishments:

  • First massage therapy school in Georgia;
  • First massage therapy school in Georgia to be accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT);
  • Named an ACCSCT 2004 School of Distinction;
  • First massage therapy school in Georgia to be approved by the U.S. Department of Education to offer Title IV funding;
  • First to partner with Emory University on research into the beneficial effects of neuromuscular therapy on patients with Parkinson’s disease; and
  • First massage therapy school in Georgia to open a skin care division, Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics.