- Esthetics 53%
- Cosmetology 53%
Placement Rates are calculated as follows: Total number of students who graduated in the above time frame that were employed in-field or related to their field of study divided by the total available graduates, which excludes graduates unavailable for placement (i.e. incarceration, death, serious health issues, etc.). The source of this information is provided to COE, our accrediting body, for 2020 annual report.
Infield or related field of study for Cosmetology is licensed hair stylist, which includes booth rentals at hair salon or spa, artistic directors, and educators.
Infield or related field of study for Esthetics is a licensed Esthetician in a spa or salon, dermatologist office, cosmetic surgeons, or other professional skincare institutions.
For more career placement information, you can use the U.S. Department of Labor’s online tool O*NET OnLine. This O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more!