Day Spa Association releases its 2014 Compensation Trends Survey Report

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April 9, 2014 - PRLog -- Minneapolis, MN (April, 2014):  Compensation is as critical component to success in the salon, spa, medical spa and skin care industry.  The economics of making money are important to the success of business in our industry and labor costs are the single biggest category on most income statements.  The Day Spa Association has just released its 2014 Spa & Wellness Compensation Trends Survey Report.  This report presents the most comprehensive overview of the compensation puzzle in the spa and wellness industry.

The respondents totaled 1,103 from 870 zip codes in the United States.  They are comprised of individual practitioners, salons, spas, medical spas, wellness and massage facilities and resort and destination spas.  Data was gathered from three industry-wide emails, social media and vendor participants.  The data was analyzed and collated by our in-house staff and several industry experts.

This survey covers; compensation per square foot, facility descriptions, location counts, gross revenues, service providers, payment plans and much more.

This report is made available to DSA members at no charge, in part of supplying current and important information to the business and the industry as a whole.  More information on how to download the report can be found at

About the DSA

The Day Spa Association (DSA) has been connecting the community for 23 years. With our sister organization, the International Medical Spa Association (IMSA), we touch over 117,000 industry contacts by mail and close to 40,000 by email. As our industry has moved from day spas, to medical spas, to wellness facilities, the importance of detailed data remains a strong component of business success and growth.

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