(ARA) – Many new graduates and career-changers will find the job security they seek in the health care industry, where overall employment is expected to rise 21 percent by 2016.
Many paths can lead to a career in health and wellness. Some emerging careers, such as massage therapy or home health aide, require less than four years of college to achieve professional status, and will experience high growth over the next few years, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Students at Cortiva Institute, a network of massage therapy schools across the country, cite common reasons for pursuing massage therapy careers, including:
* Growing demand
* Range of working environments
* Achieving professional status following a relatively short education
* The chance to pursue meaningful work
To learn more about Cortiva Institute, and massage therapy training that can lead to stable, rewarding employment, visit www.Cortiva.com.