Get the knowledge and hands-on professional skills to succeed in the people-focused profession of cosmetology. The increasing demand for cosmetology services means a growing number of jobs for cosmetologists with both general and specialized skills.
Choose from a number of varied career opportunities by earning M State's 58-credit diploma in Cosmetology, taught on our Wadena campus by instructors with years of industry experience. Students practice their skills on customers in the campus clinic/salon and can choose to be general cosmetologists or specialize in areas including perming and cutting, hair care and coloring, or skin and nail care.
Clinic hours earned in the campus salon will count toward the 1,550 clinic hours required for a cosmetology license in Minnesota.
Cosmetology (North Dakota) Certificate
Hairdresser, Hairstylist, and Cosmetologist regional wage
Graduates will find career opportunities as a hair dresser, hairstylist, cosmetologist, barber, or manicurist and pedicurist.
Description: Provide beauty services such as shampooing, cutting, coloring and styling hair, and massaging and treating scalp. May apply makeup, dress wigs, perform hair removal and provide nail and skin care services.
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All career data is set to your current geographical area: up to 100 miles away from Wadena
1,383 Employed in your area
53 Estimated annual job openings
235 Approaching retirement age
The average retirement age in the U.S. is 65 years old. Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists in the 55-64 and the 65+ categories are 1-10 years away from retirement. When older workers retire, there will likely be a demand for new workers.
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* Based on county-level occupational demographics
Our services are open to the public, and our students will be happy to assist you with your needs. Please call 218-631-7805 for availability and scheduling.
Last modified: November 3rd, 2016 at 09:35am