Fast Facts for Massage Therapists in California
Salaries for Massage Therapists in California
Schools for Massage Therapists in California are listed below.
These schools offer particularly quick info upon request, and we have written detailed profiles for each (click school names to see the profiles).
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This list also contains online schools that accept students from California.
Since 1996, Southern California Health Institute has been dedicated and committed to helping students achieve their dreams by providing an exceptional education that enables them to become skilled and successful manual therapists.
At National Holistic Institute, our history and network of relationships in the field continue to help our graduates succeed. With campuses across California, we offer a comprehensive massage therapy training program that prepares our graduates for a successful career in massage therapy. Whether you are looking to start your career or take it to the next level, NHI has a program for you.
Give your career a boost with an education from Mayfield College.
Study online with California University of Pennsylvania.
Start your career with training from Blake Austin College - Beauty Academy.
|School Name||Campus||Highest Award||Enrolled|
|Advanced College||South Gate||Associate||103|
|Antelope Valley Medical College||Lancaster||Associate||834|
|De Anza College||Cupertino||Associate||24,115|
|Monterey Peninsula College||Monterey||Associate||9,238|
|Pacific College of Oriental Medicine San Diego||San Diego||Doctorate||515|
|West Valley College||Saratoga||Associate||11,210|
The map below shows job statistics for the career type by metro area, for California. A table below the map shows job popularity and salaries across the state.
Listed below are metro areas ranked by the popularity of jobs for Massage Therapists relative to the population of the city, as of 2008. Salary data was obtained from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
A Relative Popularity of 1.0 means that the city has an average number of the particular job, for its population, compared to the rest of the US. Higher numbers mean proportionally more jobs of that type.
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