The health and beauty industry has remained recession-proof as TOWIE wannabes ensure their tans are a suitable shade of orange and an increasingly obese society tries to shift the pounds.
And you can really benefit from this undying trend with a job in the health and beauty industry…
So, what health and beauty job can I do?
Fake eyelashes, immaculately coiffed hair, perfect abs, these all take professional help… and with the demand comes jobs!
We take a look at some health and beauty industry job descriptions…
Do you enjoy pampering your friends when they’re feeling sad? Are beauty products a doddle for you to use? Do you look at other people’s make-overs and think you could do a better job? Then maybe it’s time to consider a career as a beauty therapist.
This may not be the best-paid job in the world, but if you love the beauty industry and don’t have loads of qualifications then it could be a very rewarding career.
Beauty therapist job description
Having a sparkling personality helps in any career, but in hairdressing it's a must-have as being sociable and having a good rapport with your clients is the key to success. Well, that and being able to craft great haircuts. So if you're bang on trend and love to natter, hairdressing could be the job for you.
Best of all NVQ level 3-qualified senior stylists can earn up to £30k!
Hairdresser job description
We’re forever being told to stop lounging in front of the TV, put down the second doughnut and do some exercise. While it might seem like nagging, this new exercise culture has created thousands of jobs. So if you’re passionate about fitness, have a positive attitude and bags of motivational skills, then a career as a fitness instructor awaits.
With experience and qualifications you can expect to earn up to £20k per year but self-employed instructors can set their own rates for personal training.
Fitness instructor job description
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