If you’re passionate about any aspect of the beauty industry, there’s a chance you might’ve thought about pursuing a career in beauty. Maybe that’s why you’re here, or maybe you’re already in the beauty industry and curious about the stats. Either way, we did our homework to help you! We looked at the latest projections and researched beauty careers. With increasing demand for beauty services and plenty of job opportunities and avenues to take, why not pursue a career you love?! You DESERVE a career you love.
ESTHETICIANS/SKIN CARE SPECIALISTS
Let’s cut to the chase. The skin care industry’s projected employment growth is 17%, compared to the 4% growth of all other occupations, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This projection stems from the increase in demand of skin care services, especially quicker facials at a lower cost. People are starting to care for their skin at a much younger age, compared to previous generations. More and more consumers are also turning to Estheticians directly to receive their skin care services, instead of the one-stop salon and spa shops. Estheticians receive a more in-depth, specialized training in skin care compared to Cosmetologists, who are trained in hair, skin, and nail care. If you live and breathe skin care, learn more about our Esthetics program or connect with us directly.
YOUR JOB OPPORTUNITIES AS AN ESTHETICIAN
Licensed Esthetician • Skin Care Specialist • Medical Esthetician • Make-Up Artist • Salon/Spa Coordinator • Hair Removal Specialist • Wedding/Event Makeup Artist • Product Representative • Salon/Spa Management • Salon/Spa Owner • Beauty School Owner • Beauty Blogger • Sales Representative • Fashion Show Stylist • Photo & Movie Make-Up Artist • Beauty Product Designer • Trade Show Director • Director of Education • Beauty School Admissions Representative • Esthetics Educator • Beauty Advisor • Skincare or Makeup Sales Advisor • Beauty Influencer •
If you love all things beauty, then a cosmetology career is for you! Because Cosmetologists are licensed in hair, skin, and nail care, there are more job opportunities by its nature. The demand for hair coloring and advanced hair treatments shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon, per bls.gov. You can become a licensed Cosmetologist in under a year, if you choose a full-time program (part-time schedules are also an option). If you want more details about turning your passion for beauty into a career, you can learn more about our Cosmetology program or connect with us directly.
YOUR JOB OPPORTUNITIES AS A COSMETOLOGIST
Licensed Cosmetologist • Hair Stylist • Salon Owner • Beauty Care/PR Specialist • Beauty Product Designer • Make-up Artist • Salon/Spa Coordinator • Salon/Spa Management • Wedding Stylist/Makeup Artist • Cosmetology Instructor • Beauty Magazine • Writer/Editor • Fashion Show Stylist • Photo & Movie Makeup Artist • Theatrical and Performance Makeup Artist • Beauty Product Representative • Sales Representative • Trade Show Director • Nail Technician • Manicurist • Pedicurist • Artificial Nails Specialist • Esthetician • Medical Esthetician • Hair Removal Specialist • Barber • Beauty School Owner • Beauty School Admissions Representative • Beauty School Director of Education • Beauty Blogger • Beauty Influencer • Beauty Advisor • Beauty Sales Advisor •
You may have heard the saying, “your outfit isn’t complete without a fresh manicure.” Well, according to the projected employment rate for nail technicians by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a lot of consumers agree. That projected rate is a whopping 19%, compared to 4% growth of all occupations. Nail services are considered affordable luxury services, that appeal to consumers across all income levels. The increase in demand for nail services is reflected in the growing number of nail salons. If you’re ready to turn your creative passion into a career (in just 15 weeks!), you can learn more about our Nail Technology program or connect with us directly.
YOUR JOB OPPORTUNITIES AS A NAIL TECHNICIAN
Nail Technician • Nail Artist • Manicurist • Pedicurist • Artificial Nails Specialist • Nail Instructor • Nail Product Representative • Beauty School Owner • Beauty Blogger • Sales Representative • Nail Product Designer Trade Show Director • Admissions Representative • Director of Education • Nail Salon Management • Nail Salon Owner •
Although hair care is the primary focus of a barbering program, barbers have the potential to work in many different environments, from traditional barbershops to education forums. As we mentioned above, the demand for hair coloring and advanced hair treatments won’t be diminishing anytime soon. The demand for grooming and wellness has also increased with the desire for consumers to live a better and healthier lifestyle. If hair is your sole passion, learn more about our 29-week barbering program or connect with us directly.
YOUR JOB OPPORTUNITIES AS A BARBER
Licensed Barber • Hair Stylist • Master Barber • Men’s Stylist • Barbershop Owner • Barber Instructor • Barbershop Manager • Admissions Representative • Director of Education • Barber Influencer • Barber Educator • Beauty School Owner • Trade Show Director • Sales Representative •