Barber or Hairstylist Career?

More than a million people are licensed as cosme­tolo­gists in the United States and several million more work as hairdressers.

Begin A Career With Less Debt

Should you become a cosmetolo­gist or a barber? You might view cosme­to­logy as a field of study one pursues during night school. Across the United States, schools charge an average of $17,000 for a certifi­cate. It can cost more than $20,000. Iowa is the strict­est, requiring of 2,100 hours of instruc­tion.

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