Question: Do you need a degree to be a matchmaker?

You will likely need a bachelors degree to work as a professional matchmaker. A strong customer service or sales background will be beneficial to work in this field. In addition, you can pursue a certified matchmaker designation that is offered by some educational institutions or organizations.

Is matchmaker a real job?

Matchmaking is not only one of the fastest growing industries but also one of the best careers for flexible working. Psychologists, lawyers, bankers and coaches are just some professions that are drawn into professional matchmaking and the flexible working arrangements it allows.

How do you become a certified relationship coach?

In the United States, there is no such thing as a relationship coach license. Only therapists are licensed. If you want to become a licensed sex therapist, you need to get an M.A. in therapy, which takes about 2 years.

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