Job Description, Requirements And Salary Expectation For An Esthetician

1093 Words Dec 3rd, 2015 null Page
We are asked the question “What do you want to be when you grow up” many times over the course of our lives, but senior year is when you really have to sit back and think about the answer. I love being able to make someone feel good about themselves. I want to use my career as an opportunity to help people feel confident and beautiful. As an esthetician, I can put my love and passion for makeup and my desire to help people into one. This paper will explore the job description, requirements and salary expectation for an esthetician.
To begin with, the job description for an esthetician includes many components. According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, estheticians evaluate client 's’ skin condition and appearance, remove unwanted hair, teach and advise clients on how to apply makeup and much more. Estheticians typically work full time and many work evenings and weekends, long hours are common, especially for self-employed estheticians. An esthetician will typically work in salons or health and beauty spas, or if they have advanced training, medical offices. Lots of standing is very common. Because esthetician’s must evaluate their client’s skin, a work environment should typically have good lighting, clean surroundings, and because they often work with chemicals good ventilation and protective clothing is often necessary. Evergreen Beauty College describes how being an esthetician is a very rewarding job emotionally because you are making people feel and look good.…

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