Good place to start as an Esthetician or Massage Therapist.
Pros: Will hire beginners, flexible job schedule, established clientele base, free massage/facial a month, along with other discounts.
Cons: Don't pay enough, more interested in sales then the quality of service, all they care about is numbers; number of members, numbers of sales for memberships and retail, etc. High turnover rate!!
I loved the people I worked with and I loved how flexible they were with my hours. I worked first as front desk and then moved back to becoming an Esthetician. The one thing I don't like is how persistant they are about making us sell memberships and products, it reflects on your job performance. I, myself, just enjoy doing my job as an Esthetician without having to worry about getting fired if I don't shove products down their throats. As front desk, you are required to sell memberships to all new guests, whether the massage/facial was good are not, it is still the front desk's responsibility to close the membership sale. For all the hard work and stress the staff and therapists have to go through, we definitely don't get paid nearly enough. This is why I had to leave.