Is working a fulfilling career important to you?
The cosmetology industry offers a variety of positions with a wide income range.
|Research Specialist||Beauty Magazine Writer|
|Sales Representative||Cosmetic Buyer|
|Spa Owner||Photo Stylist|
|Platform Artist||Cruise Line Stylist|
|Demonstrator||State Board Inspector|
|Business Owner||Hair Color Specialist|
|Microdermabrasion Specialist||And Many More!|
But don’t just take my word for it.
April 2001 Article in 101 Hairstyles ‘A Stylish Career Choice’ ‘Even in 1990, the average salary for full-time cosmetologists was $25,931 plus $4,546 in tips’.
And, ‘in 1998 for salon professionals was $18.54 per hour while salon owners averaged $22.03 per hour.’
‘The corresponding full-time salaries were $45,822 for salon owner, $35,193 for salon employees and $38,563 for all professionals, both employees and salon owners, inclusive of tips.’
The same April 2001 article also states:
‘There are plenty of fresh new opportunities for work in cosmetology with a zero unemployment factor.’
‘About one quarter of all new positions have been filled by inexperienced new salon workers.’
‘Ninety-two percent or the vast majority of salon workers have one or more years of experience and are employed by full-service salons.’ April 2001 Article in 101 Hairstyles ‘A Stylish Career Choice’