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You can find massage therapists listed in these Hawaii cities:

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The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs provides regulation, licensing, and oversight for massage therapists in Hawaii. Massage therapists must be certified and licensed before they may offer their services to the public. The strict licensing requirements set by the Department benefit both massage clients and massage therapists in Hawaii as these standards help to promote ethical, high quality treatment across the state.
Massage therapy is gaining widespread recognition as an empirically-supported treatment for a variety of health concerns. Due to their expert training, massage therapists in Hawaii may be able to assist clients with certain medical issues such as headaches, stress, anxiety, soft tissue strains, fibromyalgia, sports injuries, and insomnia.
Of the 1.4 million people who live in Hawaii, approximately 1540 people were employed as massage therapists in 2015. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports massage therapists in the state have a location quotient of 3.71, which indicates the occupation has a higher share of employment than the national average. In 2015, massage therapists in Hawaii earned an average yearly salary of $44,980.

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  4. United States Census Bureau. (n.d.). Quickfacts: Hawaii. Retrieved from