Beauty Care Services Industry Booming in 2012 with Demand for Licensed Professionals at All-Time Peak
Research conducted by NailTechnicianSchools.Org, an information source for nail technology training, shows that the demand for licensed nail technicians is at its highest in recent years, delivering encouraging news to those enrolling on nail technic
In 2005, Occupational Outlook Handbook reported that that there were 60,000 licensed nail technicians in the United States alone. NailTechnicianSchools.Org estimates that this figure has increased substantially.
A spokesperson from NailTechnicianSchools.Org said: “We are seeing a steady increase in requests for information on nail technician courses. Per capita spending on personal care has increased steadily in the last three financial years, where a retrograde trend was predicted in line with the economic downturn. As a result, many nail salons are struggling to keep up with demand for their services, as the volume of clients outnumbers the supply of graduates from nail technician courses.”
“This is the perfect time to subscribe to an accredited nail technician course. There are a variety of nail technician courses available and we encourage would-be nail technicians to perform extensive research to select the right nail technician course.”
When asked what advice to give those aspiring to become nail technicians, the NailTechnicianSchools.Org spokesperson said, “Aside from the concerns about location and affordability of a nail technician course, it is important to be aware that jurisdictions have varying regulations for nail technician courses. It is advised that you contact the licensing department of the state or country for the nail technician course you are considering.”
The spokesperson continued, “From a practical perspective, you should ensure that the nail technician course is taught with enough practical experience in the trade. Nail technology is quite literally a hands-on profession. It is therefore imperative that nail technician school teachers have the ability to impart the necessary skills to their students to become successful nail technicians.”
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