Overview

A spa manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of a health or beauty spa. They handle the bookkeeping, the employees, and the services that are offered by the spa. Depending on the size of the spa, they may be more business-centered or they may serve customers in more of a customer service oriented role. Besides the owner, they are second in command at the spa and in charge of all of the aspects of the business.

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Employment Stats

Certificate or Associate's degree required

Growing by 11.1% over the next 8 years

$38K Average annual salary