“The start of a new year is a great time for change,” said Jessica Wolman, one of the owners of the award-winning cosmetology schools. “With these deep discounts men and women can enjoy a new look without breaking the bank.”
“A new year is also a great time to take steps toward working in a career that offers flexibility, creativity and greater employability than many other professions throughout the U.S.,” added Margie Wisniski, vice president of operations. “We invite anyone interested in learning more about cosmetology or aesthetics to make an appointment and take a tour of one of any of our schools and see what sets it apart from the rest.”
Students perform the services under the supervision of a licensed instructor. No appointment is necessary, however customers should call to allow enough time for all services to be performed.
International Academy of Hair Design schools provide students with a distinguished environment that mirrors many of the upscale salons that will employ the cosmetology students after they graduate and earn their cosmetology license. The Tempe school also has an aesthetics program.
According to a U.S. News and World Report hairdresser is cited as one of the best jobs of 2012. In a March 21, 2012 article in USA Today, beauty salon sales grew 5.4 %.4 in the last two years vs. a 2.3% sales increase in 2009. With the Bureau of Labor Statistics projections of 15.7% employment growth expected by 2020, the future of hair salons and the future of hair stylists should continue to grow.
In addition to the award-winning cosmetology school in Arizona the company owns and operates ITS Academy of Beauty schools in Texas and Lawton, OK, Olympian University in New Mexico, and Hair Benders Academy in Longwood, Florida.
For more information visit www.intlacademyaz.com. Or call Fiesta Mall in Mesa, 480-820-9422;