If you’re wavering about enrolling in a cosmetology class at State
College of Beauty Culture, you should keep reading to learn about the expected
If you’re thinking about enrolling in one of the area’s
colleges for cosmetology, it’s only natural for you to wonder if cosmetologists
are in high demand. It’s even more natural for you to wonder if that demand
will be sustainable for the foreseeable future. You don’t want to invest in an
education at one of the region’s cosmetologist schools only to graduate and
have no viable job prospects, after all.
Luckily, employment opportunities for cosmetologists are
expected to remain high over the next several years. In fact, employment in
this industry is expected to grow faster than average for all occupations
throughout the nation.
When examining job growth, the U.S. Bureau of Labor
Statistics puts barbers, hairstylists and cosmetologists into the same category
of workers. Between 2016 and 2026, the BLS expects employment in this category
to increase by 13 percent, with 87,600 jobs being
added in this field during that time period. The BLS expects increases in the
country’s population to drive the demand for more cosmetology experts.
Similar to the demand for cosmetologists and hairstylists,
the BLS anticipates increased demand for manicurists and pedicurists in the
years to come. More specifically, the BLS expects the number of jobs in this
sector to increase by 13 percent
between 2016 and 2026.
That forecasted growth will mean 16,700 jobs will be added to the nation’s
aggregate labor pool.
While some makeup artists work in a salon or spa, others
focus their attention on working in theatrical or performance settings. If you
plan on being a theatrical or performance makeup artist, you’ll be happy to
know that the BLS forecasts a 19 percent increase
opportunities in this niche between 2014 and 2024.
Are you looking forward to a career as a skin care
specialist? If that career path appeals to you, you can anticipate a greater
number of jobs being available to you in the years ahead. According to the
Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for skin care specialists will increase by 14 percent
between 2016 and 2026,
which means 8,500 jobs will be added in this profession.
If you want to embark on a career path
that has promising employment opportunities, you should enroll at State College
of Beauty Culture. In order to pursue any of the careers discussed above, most
states require you to have adequate training and a state-issued license that
you can only earn by passing an exam.
You can get the training you need to pass the state exam in
Wisconsin at our institution. People moving from other states can take our
reciprocity class and become licensed in WI.
Pursuing a career that’s expected to have plenty of
employment possibilities for years to come starts with getting the training you
need. Contact State College of Beauty Culture
to kickstart a
career that’s equal parts, fun, rewarding and promising now.