Esthetician Schools near Denver, CO
Denver, Colorado, is the fourth healthiest city in America, and the people in the metro area are highly likely to spend money on health, wellness, and beauty services. In fact, healthcare and wellness is Denver's biggest industry, providing nearly 223,000 jobs across more than 21,000 companies.
Since skincare specialists are employed throughout both the healthcare and wellness industries, estheticians were a big part of that growth—and they're paid more in Denver than virtually anywhere else in America. According to CareerOneStop, the median wage is nearly $59,000 a year—close to double the national median. Additionally, Denver's highest-earning estheticians can earn six figures. Finally, employment in the health and wellness industry grew at a rate of 24.1% over the last five years, more than double the national rate.
Denver is high, dry, cold, and one of the sunniest cities in America—a challenging climate for skin but an advantage for estheticians. Not only are residents looking for high-quality skincare, visitors love a reason to relax in Denver. The city's stunning beauty and unique weather, culture, and geography draw tourists from around the world. With 17.3 million overnight visitors a year, Denver broke tourism records in both 2017 and 2018. Because of this, the local tourism economy has a high number of hotels, spas, salons, wellness centers, and other service providers who hire estheticians.
If the idea of being an esthetician in an exciting city that pays well and values health, read on to learn about esthetics programs in Denver!
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1660 South Albion Street
Denver, CO 80222
2231 South Peoria Street
Aurora, CO 80014
3842 South Mason Street
Fort Collins, CO 80525
2863 35th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80634
2315 North Main Street
Longmont, CO 80501
16534 Keystone Boulevard
Parker, CO 80134
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