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sheeja joy (17)
I got offered a job in a spa but I don't know if it is the right job for me.
Only you can decide why you should work in a spa and if it is the right job for you. There are a lot of different roles.
The job may not be right for you but if you need an income,take it because right now jobs are hard to come by. Take the job because spa's usually have good perks. If another job comes up take it.
Well, you can work there for the benefits you will receive. Will you get benefits? What kind of benefits? Is the pay good and desirable? Do you like working with people?
If you want perks, facials, massages etc. , this might be the job for you. If you are young and want to get into this type of field, go for it. This would be a good way to network.
Working in a spa allows you to be close to customers. This is a career where customers come to be pampered and to relax. If you love helping people and making them feel good, then this is the right job for you.
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