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Occupational Outlook



 US Bureau Of Labor Statistics
Overall employment of barbers, cosmetologists, and other 
personal appearance workers projected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations through 2018, but the amount of growth will vary by specialty. 
For example, job growth for skin care specialists is projected to be faster, 
through it will be for other occupations requiring 
post-secondary training or degree.


What can you do with a career in beauty? 
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National Average Salary (Not Including Tips)
Factor in enhancing one’s chances for a successful career. A career in cosmetology means you will devote your talents to making others look and feel their best. A cosmetology education and license necessary for pursuing a career as a hair stylist/designer/barber, nail technician, esthetician or makeup artist. Licensing requirements  opportunities for personal growth and many career options.


The Demand for Cosmetologists:
In January 2007, there were 1,682,641 professionals employed in the nation’s 370,215 beauty salons, barber shops, skin care salons and nail salons. The typical salon is a small salon with 5 stations, 3 full-time This represents an average of 1.3 openings per salon. Nearly 40 percent of all new positions were filled While nail technicians currently make up only 9.7 percent of the current industry employees, nearly 18 percent  rate the growth of the population."


Other Key Findings:
• 56% of salon employees work full-time, 31% part-time (20-35 hours) and 13% work less than 20 hours.• The average salary, NOT including tips, is about $30,000 to $48,000 per year.Statistics and quotes from the NACCAS 2007 Job Demand Survey.



The Big Question

 Is the Beauty Industry
Wise Choice as a Career
 
YES

It's One of the Few Recession 
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