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Beauty school graduates have the best chance of landing a job in a beauty or hair care career, according to new research by the Academy of Beauty and the Sciences.
The research found that the majority of beauty graduates are successful in a career in the sector, with more than 90 per cent of graduates landing jobs.
The Academy of Women and Children (AWC) said more than 3,000 students had made a success of their first year at an academy in 2017.
More than 3 million students had applied to join beauty schools in the UK in 2017 and more than half had achieved their dream job, according the AWC.
The academy said more students were graduating every year.
The results were revealed in the Academy’s annual report, which is published on Monday.
This year we published a report that provides a comprehensive assessment of the success of beauty schools, including data on the number of graduates and the types of jobs graduates are offered.” “
As we continue to invest in new technology to bring a range of exciting new products and services to the marketplace, we also want to make sure students have access to the best possible education so they can progress their careers and further their careers in the beauty and haircare industries.”
This year we published a report that provides a comprehensive assessment of the success of beauty schools, including data on the number of graduates and the types of jobs graduates are offered.
“The report also found that more than 80 per cent have achieved a job within their first two years at an accredited school.
About 7,000 graduates have achieved jobs in the US and about 6,500 in the EU.
The majority of graduates had jobs in beauty and hairstyling, according data provided by the AWT.
More: The AWC said the majority were graduates of beauty or grooming schools, with around 2,000 in the United States.
About 2,500 graduates were employed in hair care and nail salon sectors, with 3,200 graduates in hair and nail care.
More research needed The AWT said it was “proud” that more graduates were pursuing careers in these areas and would like to see more universities offering more qualifications and greater qualifications in order to encourage and support students in this area.
The AWI said it wanted to see “more universities and employers” take a more holistic view of students’ career aspirations and encourage them to study a wider range of subjects.
The report said the average number of credits a student needed to gain to graduate from a beauty school was about 18, with some courses requiring fewer than nine.
“Students need to be taught about the wider career opportunities available and how to gain the skills that are required for that particular career.” “
We know that students who study in the country and work outside of the UK may have an advantage in terms of gaining skills, but we know from research that the skills they learn are often limited and not always transferable to the UK,” Prof Brown said.
“Students need to be taught about the wider career opportunities available and how to gain the skills that are required for that particular career.”
He said a “big gap” remained between graduates from the UK and overseas, with only 2 per cent and 4 per cent in the top 20 of graduates who graduated in 2017 respectively.
Prof Brown also welcomed the research into the “growing opportunities” for beauty students in the wake of Brexit.
He said that a number of universities had set up beauty schools across the UK, with a focus on creating a “safe, nurturing environment” for the students.
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