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Masseur

Fit for youth without SEE:
Yes

 Masseurs or Massagers work with the exertion of body pressure be it, structured, unstructured, stationary, or moving .This also includes tension, motion, or vibration, done manually or with mechani ... learn more

Employment Option

Self Employment Ratio

%

Education

A three months training 'Assistant Massage Therapist' is made available by CTEVT which can be accessed by individuals with 8th grade passed and above 16 years of age. This training course has On-the-J ... learn more

Professional Courses & Trainings

Possible Employers


Message Centers

Spa

Career in Detail

 Masseurs or Massagers work with the exertion of body pressure be it, structured, unstructured, stationary, or moving .This also includes tension, motion, or vibration, done manually or with mechanical aids for both relaxation and treatment of muscle tensions.

Masseurs usually do the following

1. A masseur kneads, rubs , and strokes its customers to stimulate blood circulation in various parts of their body. This also facilitates relaxation of their contracted muscles, elimination of waste matter, or to relieving other conditions, using hands or vibrating equipment.
2.Massage the customers and administers other body conditioning treatments for hygienic or remedial purposes: Applies alcohol, lubricants, or other rubbing compounds.
3.Administers steam ,dry heat or water treatments on request of customer or instructions of physician.

Abilities and other Requirements

requires physcial stamina
requires special lightfingeredness
Difficult to access for Boys
requires permanent customer relation

Income and other Facilities

Entry Salary / Income
Rs. (not set) - (not set)

Working Context

ISCO - International Standard Classification of Occupations

Security and Army Professionals
Skilled Urban Skilled Rural
Supporting Operations

The table illustrates the segregation of occupations according to the level of education & experience. The segregation is such that the 'Professionals' have the highest amount of education and/or experience then are the 2 skilled labour (Urban & Rural) and Supporting Occupations with assemblers, operators etc. Security and Army have a wider range of both education and experience and are governmental jobs.

The boxes highlighted are the ones associated with Masseur . According to ISCO, jobs can have various levels of education and/or experience which thus puts them in different boxes as visualized in the table.

Relevant Education

A three months training 'Assistant Massage Therapist' is made available by CTEVT which can be accessed by individuals with 8th grade passed and above 16 years of age. This training course has On-the-Job Training of 320 hours.

Education strongly relevant

Duration Fee (Rs) Access without SEE
Asst.Massage Therapy
740 Hours 0
Yes
This is a skill base and self employed base training which is given by CTEVT. After the training people are able to do as assistant massage therapist. Go to education page

Ideal Qualities

Sociability, outgoing: You prefer to interact with many different people, but you are capable of working by yourself if necessary. You should consider looking for jobs which involve interacting with customers and where you are in interaction and which allows you to be in the center of attention. Some options would include jobs that involve maintaining relationships with customers and partners or stakeholders, and organizing events.

Work activities, rather physical: You prefer your work to be physical in nature, with only some mental activity required. You should consider looking for jobs that will require you to move around a lot and exert physical effort. Some examples would include jobs where you are on call, like medicine and technical work, teaching, and jobs involving manual labor like construction and agriculture.

Style of Working, only applying: You prefer to have a lot of structure in your work, and you like to follow established methods of doing things. You should consider looking for jobs that are fairly routine and repetitive. Some examples would include running a business, teaching, and jobs that require physical labour.

Information Processing, rather detailed: You prefer to focus on a specific aspect, but with some awareness of how it fits within the larger operation. You should consider jobs that require you to focus and pay great attention to the details of what you are doing. Some examples would include jobs that involve handling accounts, working with data, or maintenance works

Flexibility, high: You prefer to have a constantly changing work routine with only some things being the same every day. You should consider looking for jobs that give you considerable freedom in where and what time you work. Some examples would include online jobs, freelancing, and writing.

Value orientation, only idealistic: You believe that your work must have meaning behind it, without any material importance. You should consider looking for jobs that will give you some personal satisfaction while doing it. Some examples would include teaching and doing social work.

Pursuit of Success, low: Having a personal life is important to you. You don’t want your social and family relationships to suffer from dedicating time to your work. You should consider looking for jobs that will not interfere with your private life. Avoid jobs which require you to dedicate a lot of your free time to your work

Motivation to Create, very low: You prefer to implement already existing ideas rather than come up with your own ways of doing things. You should consider looking for jobs where you will be given clear and explicit instructions on what you have to do, or where there is already an established way of doing things. Avoid jobs where you have to think of your own ways of doing things

Competition oriented, very high: You enjoy competing with others, and you are motivated by the thought of being the best. You like to compare your work with others. You should consider looking for jobs that are competitive in nature, where your work will often be compared with others. Avoid jobs which do not encourage competition

Action orientated, high: You prefer to take the initiative in your work and to be proactive. You would rather not wait for your work to come to you. You should consider looking for jobs where you need to drive your work forward. Avoid jobs where you have to wait for something to happen before you can do anything

Analysis orientated, high: You like to spend a lot of time thinking before you make a decision. You believe that it is important to consider everything before acting. You should consider looking for jobs where you are required to think carefully before acting. Avoid jobs where you need to make decisions quickly without much time for thinking.

Sensitivity, high: You have a high degree of sensitivity, and you are easily capable of recognizing emotional situations. You are good at being tactful in emotional situations. You should search for jobs where your sensitivity will be put to good use, such as working with customers.

Ability to Socialize, high: You are comfortable meeting new people. You have no problem socializing and interacting with different kinds of people, and finding things to talk about. You should consider looking for jobs where you can work with and meet many kinds of people. Avoid jobs where you will not have much interaction with others.

Team oriented, very low: You are independent and work best on your own. It is difficult for you to work with others and to conform your way of working to theirs but on the other hand you do not feel odd if you have to work on your own. You should consider looking for jobs which have a lot of tasksthat can be fulfilled on your own and have a low degree of collaboration with colleagues or experts you need to ask for help

Strength of enforcement, high: You are usually direct and you are capable of confronting others if needed. You have no problem saying what is on your mind. You should consider looking for jobs where you can evaluate and monitor others’ performance. Avoid jobs where you are not encouraged to say what is on your mind.

1. A masseur kneads, rubs , and strokes its customers to stimulate blood circulation in various parts of their body. This also facilitates relaxation of their contracted muscles, elimination of waste matter, or to relieving other conditions, using hands or vibrating equipment.
2.Massage the customers and administers other body conditioning treatments for hygienic or remedial purposes: Applies alcohol, lubricants, or other rubbing compounds.
3.Administers steam ,dry heat or water treatments on request of customer or instructions of physician.

Employment Condition

Self Employment Ratio

%

Possible Employers


Message Centers

Spa

Guest House

Size of Employment

At the moment there are people working in this job in Nepal.

Job Demand

Shows the demand of the career (1st being the highest and the last being over-saturated).


60 = very high: This job is very high in demand. You can easily find employment or will be able to sell your service easily as a self employed person.

50 = high: This job is high in demand. With a certain talent you will find a job.

40 = medium: The demand for this job is medium. You should have chances in finding a job, but you might need to be flexible regarding your working place or in self employment, might have to compete with a few other professionals about the work.

30 = low: The demand for this job is low. Only a few vacancies are published. Academic proficiency as well as experience is required to be even considered for applying for this sort of jobs.

20 = saturated: There is no more demand for this profession in the labour market. Only if existing staff is released, new people are hired.

10 = over-supplied: There are many graduates already waiting for a job in this profession. You might have to consider a long waiting list or have to prove extraordinary talent to find a job in this profession.

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