Esthetician Schools Near Jackson

If you hope to become an esthetician in Mississippi, Jackson may be a great place to begin. A 2016 study of the 150 best and worst places for your skin ranked Jackson 111th, largely due to skin cancer rates and contributors and as the area's humid and hot climate. As estheticians help keep people's skin healthy, they're invaluable to the citizens of the city.

As of 2019, estheticians in Jackson earned a mean salary of $56,290 per year ($27.06 per hour), which is significantly higher than the state average of $47,040 ($22.61). Mississippi doesn't publish projections for future esthetician jobs, but the field is expected to grow by 11% between 2018 and 2028 nationwide.

To earn esthetician licensure in Mississippi, you must complete 600 hours of training and pass multiple exams. The Jackson area schools below can all help you on your way.

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Paul Mitchell The School

Program: Cosmetology

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Aveda Institute

Program: Cosmetology

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Georgia Career Institute (GA)

Program: Cosmetology

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Magnolia College of Cosmetology – Accredited

4725 I-55 North
Jackson, MS 39206

Mississippi Institute of Aesthetics Nails & Cosmetology – Accredited

460-B Springridge Road
Clinton, MS 39056
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