Careers in Esthetics

With over a dozen career opportunites to choose, LaDonna's School of Ethics and Medical Ethics provides the top training to help students achieve their career goals. In just a year, students can be on the job earning good salaries. Career training offered by LEARN are:
  • Esthetician
  • Makeup Artist
  • Esthetician and Makeup Artist for Resorts and Cruise Ships
  • Salon or Day Spa Owner
  • Day Spa Director
  • Work in a Medical Environment or for a Doctor
  • Work in a Medical Day Spa
  • Esthetics Instrutor
  • Manufacturer's Rep/Sales Rep
  • Cosmetic Buyer or Assistant Buyer
  • Manager or Salesperson
  • Beauty Editor or Columnist for a Newspaper, Magazine or Journal
  • State Licensing Inspector or Examiner

  • The fields of Esthetics, Skin Care, Cosmetology, and the day and resort spa industries are seeking well-trained professionals; and, at a rapidly growing rate. While spas, resorts, and salons have been the traditional areas of employment for estheticians, an increasing number of medical settings are employing skin care specialists. With the rapidly growing need by dermatologists and plastic surgeons, and the booming industries of destination and day spas, the Esthetics field is a sturdy and stable career choice for the 21st century.