It’s an unusual position for a masseuse.
Black female masseuses have traditionally been white or Asian, and they typically practice under the guise of a white male masseuse in a nondescript office setting.
But, as the profession has expanded in recent years, Black female massage therapists are now also appearing on the landscape.
In fact, the profession is growing more diverse than ever.
Black massage therapists have been on the rise in recent decades, especially in Southern states.
And, since Black massage is a more gender-neutral profession, there’s more diversity in the ranks.
The Black female massager is no exception.
This year, a new category of massage therapist was launched, called Black female Massage Therapy.
Black women massage therapists make up about 30% of the massage therapy market.
The Black female therapist is a highly sought-after position in the massage industry, and she’s also one of the most sought-out by clients.
According to Black Massage Society, Black massage therapist job openings have more than tripled in the last decade, from 11,874 openings in 2003 to 29,939 openings in 2018.
The majority of these openings are within massage therapy, with a handful of openings being in health care, beauty therapy, and physical therapy.
There are a lot of reasons why Black female therapists are so sought after.
For one, Black women have historically been seen as being more experienced and knowledgeable in the field.
According a 2016 survey, 74% of Black massage Therapists are either white or have Asian or Hispanic ethnicity.
Black massagers are also more likely to be female than their white counterparts, and their clients tend to be older and more affluent.
The survey also found that Black massage practitioners tend to hold a bachelor’s degree or higher and have an income of $75,000 or more.
Black Massagers are less likely to live in poverty, and, according to a 2018 study, Black Massages have a median household income of about $55,000, which is lower than the national median.
The industry has also become increasingly multicultural.
In 2017, Black massages in the U.S. were found to be more likely than white massagers to have children, and in 2018, more than half of Black Massager candidates were white.
The number of Black masseuses in the industry has increased from 3,823 in 2002 to nearly 11,000 in 2018 according to Blackmassage.org.
And because massage therapy is primarily a male-dominated profession, many Black Massagists are also seeking out a partner.
Although Black massage therapy has grown in popularity in recent times, Black masseuse jobs have also seen a steady decline.
According the 2018 National Massage Association’s annual survey, only 8% of Massagers were employed full time in 2018 and the profession was on the decline for the third consecutive year.
The job market is so volatile that, as of 2018, there were only 4.7 vacancies available in Black Massaging Therapies, according the National Massages Association.
So, if you’re looking for a job, here are some of the best places to start.
Black-owned massage parlors Black massage parlor operators have historically held a reputation for offering low-cost, quality services.
But with the advent of online shopping and a variety of online services, Black-run massage parllors are beginning to catch up.
In fact, BlackMassage.com is one of many websites that are offering a range of massage services.
BlackMassages is a popular resource for Black Massgators looking for affordable and reliable massage services, and the Black Massaged Spa, a site that offers massage services for women in all ethnicities, has become an invaluable resource.
Black hair and beauty salons Black salons are also gaining popularity in the Black community, with some salons now offering a full range of services from basic massages to advanced massage techniques.
Black beauty saloons have a reputation of offering low prices and high quality.
But the popularity of the Black beauty salon is due to the fact that, unlike Black massage, beauty salon prices are not tied to the amount of money that a massage therapist makes.
The beauty salon industry is growing at a faster rate than the Black massage industry and is growing in size.
A survey conducted by Black Massmedate.org found that, in 2018 alone, the Black Beauty Salon industry has expanded by approximately 1,400 jobs.
Black barbering Black barbers have become a growing industry in recent generations.
According Black Masshair.org, the industry is currently valued at approximately $8.7 billion.
However, the beauty industry is more heavily dependent on men than women.
This means that the Black Barber is a very male-driven profession, and there are fewer female barbers available in the profession.
In 2018, the average number of black barbers in