COMPLETION, PLACEMENT & LICENSURE RATE DISCLOSURES
Per our reporting requirements with the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts & Sciences
(NACCAS) Agency for the annual report period of 2015, our rates are as follows:
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1. The completion rate does not show students who may have transferred and
completed due in part to the training provided by Charles buy cheap avodart & Sue’s School of Hair
Design, nor does it show those who may have completed the report period due to
an approved cheap valium medical leave of absence or other factors.
2. The employment rate reflects only the students that we were able to contact. It is
likely that other graduates are working, but that we were unable to get their
information. Note: Charles & Sue’s School of Hair Design provides its students
with ongoing placement assistance including but not limited to career development
training, job postings on our student bulletin board and website, and opportunities
for continuing education.
3. Some graduates who failed the licensure exam may have in fact passed on a
Graduates in the Beauty Industry have a wide variety of career opportunities, which include those
listed in the school catalog. Some of these opportunities may require additional training and
expertise. Income and the methods of compensation vary widely depending on years of experience,
skill level, client base and hours worked. The average beauty professional makes $30,000 to $48,000
per year according to the 2007 NACCAS Job Demand Survey. This average is based on full-time
employment of at least thirty hours per week.