The Bureau of Labor Statistics, which determines the unemployment rate – projects “rapid employment growth” for skincare specialists. Why? Because more Americans are seeking professional treatments like “mini sessions” and mobile facials (house calls) to help keep their skin looking youthful and healthy.
For those interested in skincare and beauty treatments or other salon careers such as hair cutting, styling and coloring and manicures and pedicures, consider attending one of the state-approved academic programs at Genesis Career College’s School of Beauty & Wellness. New classes start every month, so you don't have to wait to begin your new path.
Many careers in beauty and wellness involve completing a short – but impactful – series of courses and then passing licensing exams administered by the state. Many work in salon environments directly with aesthetically focused clients, either as employees or independent contractors.
Genesis offers the academic programs and the real-world, hands-on training you need to become a licensed:
Our Cosmetology Program incorporates 1500 hours of comprehensive hands-on learning to provide a complete understanding of shampooing, permanent waving, hair cutting, color and texture, fashion trends, makeup and state licensing preparation.