Esthetician Schools Near Cheyenne / Scottsbluff

If you want to become an esthetician in the Midwest, consider beginning your career in Cheyenne, Wyoming or nearby Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Wyoming sees over 8.9 million tourists every year, many of whom may want to be pampered in one of the twenty plus spas located in Cheyenne. Scottsbluff, known for its beautiful landscape, is also popular with tourists.

Estheticians in Cheyenne earned a mean salary of $55,820 per year ($26.84 per hour) in 2019. This is slightly higher than the average across Wyoming in the same year–$52,490 ($25.23). The Bureau of Labor Statistics does not maintain esthetician salaries for Scottsbluff or Nebraska, but the national median pay for skin care specialists in 2019 was $24,090 ($16.39). Jobs for estheticians in Nebraska are projected to grow by 11% between 2016 and 2026, which is the same as the national average between 2018 and 2028. There isn't job growth data available for Wyoming.

To become a licensed esthetician in Wyoming, you need 600 hours of training and to pass a written and practical exam. Nebraska has the same requirements. The schools below can help you earn your training hours and prepare for your licensing exams.

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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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