Aromatherapists

Aromatherapy has been growing rapidly and is gathering steam in the United States. Opportunities are increasing as public awareness of alternative therapies and holistic medicine is increasing. Although the U.S. Department of Labor doesn't track employment trends for aromatherapists, careers with similar goals, such as massage therapists and skincare specialists, are expected to have employment growth that's much faster than the average for all careers through 2022, 23 percent and 40 percent respectively. This indicates that a growing number of people are interested in treatments to help them relax and improve their well-being.  


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