North Dakota massage therapists who participated in a May 2008 wage survey conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported a mean annual wage of $21,660. This data was reported in the May 2008 State Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates for North Dakota. Most massage therapists work part-time and many are self-employed, which has the added benefit of setting your own schedule.
The massage therapy industry in North Dakota is regulated by the North Dakota State Board of Massage, which requires prospective massage therapists to complete 750 hours of massage education and training and to pass practical and written examinations before working as a licensed massage therapist (LMT) in North Dakota.
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