We asked 18 job seekers about their Ohio Cosmetology License. This is what they told us:
Ohio requires the following training hours to become licensed through the state cosmetology board:1
Before being licensed, applicants must pass written and practical exams. There is a $31.50 exam fee and licenses cost $45. Licenses are issued by the Ohio State Cosmetology and Barber Board.1
Blurb information last updated December 2019. General cosmetology requirements and steps to obtain a license may be found here.
1. “Ohio Cosmetology License”. Ohio State Cosmetology and Barber Board. Retrieved November 2019.
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“I wish I had went to aesthetician school instead of cosmetology school but I don’t regret anything.”
“It's mostly commission based, and in most cases you're consider an independent contractor.”
“The physical demand that comes along with the career.”
“The right information to study for the test.”
“You must be willing to work late hours and every Saturday”
“Make sure this is what you want to do.”
“Take a lot of notes in class and practice and study.”
“If it's your passion do it, and be ready to have thick skin when interacting with angered clients.”
“Cosmetology school is a lot more difficult than expected be prepared to study a lot.”
“Make sure you really have a passion for it before entering this field”
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