Spa & Resort Management


According to ISEEK, Minnesota's career, education and job resource, lodging managers in the U.S. earn on average $26.79/hour. Top earners make more than $43/hour. ISEEK: "Competition for jobs at large hotels that offer the highest level of guest services is expected to be strong. Opportunities at smaller hotels should be better. Those who have a college degree in hotel or restaurant management, and have good customer service skills and related experience should have the best prospects."

The spa and resort industries represent a dazzling spectrum of businesses, from luxury destination spas to cruise lines to bed and breakfasts to vast multinational hotel groups. Management opportunities are everywhere—front-office operations, food and beverage management, banquet and meeting sales, human resources, facilities management and so much more.

Potential Job Titles

  • Aestheticians Manager
  • Body Treatments Manager
  • Manicure/Pedicure Manager
  • Resort Activities Coordinator
  • Resort Manager
  • Resort Operations Manager
  • Spa Director

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