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While many beauty school students will choose to work in a salon upon graduation, some may find that their true calling is to teach the skills they've acquired to others.
As two national beauty schools ended their operations over the past year, other institutions have the opportunity to launch cosmetology programs to fill the void and meet the continued student demand.
When a beauty school shuts down, students are left in a difficult position. Fortunately, transfer programs may be available to allow displaced students to continue their education at a different institution.
Some beauty school programs can be completed in as little as two months, making them an ideal choice for those who want to receive training that will quickly lead to a new career.
Although enrolling in a full-time beauty school program is the quickest path to earning certification, sometimes it's best to continue working at a current job while studying part-time to effectively build a new career without sacrificing life's other responsibilities.
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