Hotels and Resorts

For many people, traveling means being pampered. This has led to a great demand for cosmetology services at hotels and resorts. Beauty school graduates can find positions involving:

  • Hair cutting and hairstyling
  • Makeup application
  • Facials
  • Manicures
  • Pedicures
  • Massages
  • Aromatherapy treatments

If you are interested in using your beauty school training to work at a hotel or resort, you should keep in mind that these jobs are located in urban areas that attract a high percentage of tourists. In the United States, this means jobs will be concentrated in cities such as New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Orlando, Las Vegas, and Chicago.

Working at a hotel or resort can be exciting because you’ll get to meet people from all over the world. Depending upon where you work, you may have clients who are college students traveling on spring break or professionals traveling on business. Your clients may be traveling to celebrate an anniversary or to attend a family reunion. If you enjoy visiting with people who have interesting stories to tell, you’ll never be bored with this type of cosmetology job.

Beauty school graduates who work at hotels and resorts often rely on tips as a portion of their income. Since tipping is based on the price of the services performed, this means jobs at luxury hotels and resorts will be the most profitable for you. Working near a casino may also be quite lucrative, as your clients will be feeling generous if they’ve had a good day gambling.