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The International Spa Association (ISPA) has partnered with the Beauty Changes Lives Foundation to launch the “Get Your Dream Job” campaign. This campaign was introduced with the support of 10 partner organizations at the 27th annual ISPA Conference & Expo at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.

Spas, salons, clubs and schools across the U.S. are building awareness about career opportunities in the spa industry.

The professional beauty and spa industries have joined forces to elevate and celebrate careers in the spa industry, launching a nationwide call to action. The “Get Your Dream Job” initiative will be promoted by spas, salons, clubs and schools coast-to-coast to build awareness of extraordinary career opportunities in the spa sector.

Partner organizations include:

  • American Association of Cosmetology Schools
  • Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals
  • Associated Hair Professionals
  • Associated Nail Professionals
  • Associated Skin Care Professionals
  • Club Fitness and Spa Association
  • Club Managers Association of America
  • Green Spa Network
  • International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association
  • Professional Beauty Association

“ISPA is honored to form the 'Get Your Dream Job' campaign with the Beauty Changes Life Foundation,” said Lynne McNees, president of ISPA. “With the spa industry’s continual growth, careers in the business offer stability and opportunity. This campaign will spread the message about the benefits of working in spas and attract job seekers looking for promising careers.”

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ISPA has also commissioned PwC to conduct an industry research study to analyze recruitment, retention and engagement of professionals in the spa and salon fields. The outcome will be revealed in the first quarter of 2018.

“Spa professionals represent the convergence of beauty and wellness services as they apply their skills and knowledge to help individuals look and feel better,” said Lynelle Lynch, president of the Beauty Changes Lives Foundation. “This partnership with ISPA raises awareness of the diverse and rewarding career paths open to licensed beauty and wellness professionals.”