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Health and beauty jobs are becoming increasingly popular because of the flexibility and diversity of the industry. Health and beauty employers provide work to more than 1 million people in the UK, the industry continues to see strong, sustainable growth. Latest estimates put the UK health and beauty industry at £17 billion, and an incredible £387 billion globally. Health and beauty jobs cover a variety of sectors, including makeup, hair care, cosmetic surgery, fitness and fragrances.
With health and beauty jobs covering so many different areas your daily routine will depend on which sector you decide to enter. Popular health and beauty jobs include hairdresser, nail professional, massage therapist, makeup artist and fitness instructor. Furthermore, you could be working in a salon, gym, hotel or even film studio. Despite such different environments and health and beauty employers, most health and beauty jobs will require you to be sociable, creative, confident and presentable.
Whilst qualifications are important and indeed necessary for certain roles, so to are personal attributes, such as passion and a willingness to learn. There are a variety of professional qualifications that can be gained in this industry, many of which can be studied part-time, such as nail art and personal fitness and which will increase your chances with health and beauty employers. Most collages and universities offer such courses, with qualification requirements often less than other academic subjects such as maths. Dealing with people is a large part of health and beauty jobs, so being sociable, helpful and patient can also be very important.
With the health and beauty sector predicted to continue its impressive growth, long-term career prospects in many health and beauty jobs is good. Most health and beauty jobs will feature set career pathways and are often dependent on your own abilities and determination. Many employees often start at small businesses, such as local salons, before moving onto larger, more well-known organisations. Other health and beauty jobs exist in hotels, spas and even cruise ships, meaning you will have much more freedom and flexibility regarding which health and beauty employers you work for. Starting your own health and beauty business is also a very real prospect for many, with sectors such as hairdressing requiring little start-up costs in comparison to other businesses.
If you enjoy meeting and interacting with others, health and beauty jobs may be a great direction for you. Most health and beauty jobs are interesting and varied, meaning regular days when working in health and beauty will rarely be boring or repetitive. You will often be able to develop strong and lasting relationships with your clients, which can be very rewarding, as can helping individuals look and feel better about themselves. Career advances are often dependant on your own ability, making promotion opportunities much fairer and transparent with health and beauty employers than in other industries.
Health and beauty jobs are often very hands on and personal, with such close physical interaction uncomfortable for some. Furthermore, as it’s a service-based industry, you must always remember that your client is right, even when they are wrong! Some positions will involve standing on your feet for long periods of time, as well as having to deal with customers unhappy with your work or service. Health and beauty employers will expect you to keep up to date with the latest trends, with many licenses and health and beauty jobs requiring regular refreshing courses and workshops for you to remain qualified.
My client is a luxurious skincare brand, offering only the highest quality of products. Now seeking a full time beauty therapist to join one of their retail teams in Manchester within a prestigious department store. Person Specification: You will already be working in a luxury retail or spa... read more
We have a number of shifts available, full or part-time guaranteed hours working day or night shifts. Working Pattern - Early shifts: 0700am - 1430pm Late shifts: 1430pm - 2200pm Long days: 0700am - 2200pm Nights: 2200pm - 0700am You will also be working weekend shifts as per rota. Shift times are... read more
COVID-19 - The well-being of everyone is our highest priority. We will be using phone, Skype, WhatsApp or Zoom video calling to hold interviews for the foreseeable future. Nights - Full time and occasional hours available As a Support Worker/Healthcare Assistant with Leonard Cheshire you’ll provide... read more
We have just taken on a new client which is an exciting new startup that is launching in Europe, USA, Australia, South Africa and more. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds whether you are 18 and have never had a job or if you are 118 and have run a Fortune 500 company, if you... read more