You might have heard of the beauty industry, the profession that is responsible for a third of the jobs in the United States.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, beauty and beauty related jobs have more than tripled over the last decade, while the U.S. Census Bureau projects the number of people working in the industry will hit 14.3 million by 2020.
What’s really exciting about this sector is that it’s one of the fastest-growing industries in the world.
The demand for beauty and health care is growing at an exponential rate, and as it has, the number and the diversity of the individuals applying to the profession is growing.
In order to better understand how these two industries are intertwined, I spoke to a group of beauty industry experts to understand how beauty is viewed within this industry, and how to create a beautiful, positive outlook for yourself and your community.
I’ve already written a number of posts that delve into the different types of beauty that you can find on the market today, and the things that you need to be looking for in a makeup artist to make you feel like a success.
But what do you do to get noticed?
Are you applying for a job in the art, design, or fashion industries?
Are there jobs that you’re currently pursuing that are also in the health care field?
And what are the challenges you face while applying for the roles you’re seeking?
I would say that the beauty field has a pretty long history of diversity, and this is definitely a field that you don’t want to go back to the old ways of looking at it.
Beauty is a craft.
And in order to really make it into a career, you need a certain amount of expertise, and that means you need people that you trust and that you want to work with.
It’s about having the right mindset.
And that’s something that’s definitely the case in this industry.
You have to be willing to work for a certain salary, and you have to have the right makeup, hair, and makeup accessories to create an aesthetic that you are looking for.
You also have to look for a position that is open-ended, and can be viewed as a way to give back.
I think that’s what you need when you’re looking to start your career in this field.
A few years ago, I interviewed several beauty companies, and some of them had a reputation of being extremely conservative in terms of hiring women.
They had a number, like one of their first hires being a Caucasian beauty professional.
This is a career that is still in its infancy, but there are plenty of women that are looking to break into this industry now.
So I think it will be interesting to see if those who have a positive outlook on the beauty space, who want to take the leap and become a part of the industry, are able to do so.