Beauty is of the utmost importance to those living in Los Angeles. And that is why there are so many career opportunities for estheticians. Tinseltown is filled with women and men wanting to ensure that their skin is flawless at all times. If you are an esthetician looking for a new city and a new adventure, then Hollywood is calling your name. Below we have listed the current trends and perks to working in the Hollywood esthetician industry.
- Variety: There are several different work places for qualified estheticians. This includes resorts, tanning salons, beauty salons and day spas such as Burke Williams. Many estheticians can also find work freelancing to clients. If you make a name for yourself in the business, you will be able to charge a pretty penny for your services. Many people in Los Angeles are willing to pay any amount for flawless skin.
- Clientele: Even with the recent credit crunch, many LA residents are not willing to compromise when it comes to their complexion. Furthermore, there are two different types of clientele, both in need of regular skin treatments. First, there are those who are overworked, overstressed and overtired who choose a relaxing skin treatment as a way to escape the daily hassles and demands of their career. Second, there are those in the public eye who need flawless skin for their aspiring career as a model/actress/TV personality/reality star/singer/etc.
- Recent Trends: In 2006, 4,200 people held jobs as estheticians in the state of California. This is expected to increase an additional 43 percent by 2016 with 220 more esthetician's jobs being created to fill this increased need for a perfect complexion. Estheticians in the California area make a yearly wage of $36,400. This is way above the national average. Furthermore, those in the Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Santa Monica and other upper-class areas of Los Angeles, can expect to make well over $60,000 if their services are in demand. In a land where beauty is only skin deep, an esthetician will most certainly find her career calling.