The most common career paths for cosmetologists include becoming a barber, hair stylist, esthetician, salon manager, makeup artist or an instructor of cosmetology. Other career paths can include running franchises for sa... More »

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Though cosmetology programs vary by state, most full-time programs take a year or less to complete. However, many cosmetology schools also offer part-time classes that take around 18 months to complete. More »

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Aspiring cosmetologists can obtain scholarships to start and further develop a career in the industry by applying to existing scholarship programs, meeting the eligibility requirements and being chosen for an award throu... More »

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Cosmetology instructors are licensed cosmetologists who have an additional teaching license, which requires completion of additional coursework specific to cosmetology education, such as teaching theory and methods, and ... More »

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Aspiring cosmetologists can obtain scholarships to start and further develop a career in the industry by applying to existing scholarship programs, meeting the eligibility requirements and being chosen for an award throu... More »

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Jobs with little stress include careers such as seamstress, hair stylist, dietitian, librarian and audiologist. While every job involves some manner of stress, a less stressful working environment is one where there is a... More »

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The requirements to become a cosmetology teacher are the completion of a cosmetology training program, obtainment of a cosmetology license, a certain number of years' worth of experience, and instructor training and cert... More »

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