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Beauty Courses in Ireland - What's Hot?
learnpipe.ie takes a close look at the Beauty Courses that are most in demand in Ireland right now.
By: John Dineen
John Dineen, Founder & CEO at learnpipe (http://www.learnpipe.ie)
So how is the scale of the makeup and beauty industry affecting career choices? And how are those choices driving demand for different types of beauty courses and makeup courses in Ireland?
The top beauty related job searches in Ireland that we found were:
Beauty jobs (5,400s/m)
Beautician Jobs (880s/m)
Beauty career (440s/m)
Beautician Career (110s/m)
How to become a beautician? (58s/m)
The search data is showing that there is a significant interest in pursuing a career in the beauty industry in Ireland. So how is this impacting the beauty courses that are on offer?
Both makeup courses and beauty courses are showing 5,400 search queries per month. So let’s take a look at some of the more popular specialised beauty course types.
Beauty Courses & Makeup Courses - Specialised Beauty Topics
Nail Courses (2,900s/m), Massage Courses (2,900s/m), Make-up Artistry Courses (880s/m), Hair and Beauty Courses (880s/m), Nail technician courses (720s/m), Gel nail Courses (720s/m), Waxing Courses (390s/m), Threading Courses (260s/m)
The data is showing that from broad terms like beauty courses and makeup courses right through to more focused terms such as nail technician courses and threading courses, there is significant search activity in Ireland each month. “We wrongly assumed that this sector would have been adversely affected by the current economic climate. If we go purely by the search data, it seems that the beauty training industry is just not seeing the same declines in discretionary spend as other sectors” commented Dineen.
learnpipe is a web based application that helps people to find great courses around the world. We put the fun back into choosing the right College / Degree / Evening Course / Casual Class / any other training option. We call it social Q&A for education. We operate 4 domains: http://www.learnpipe.ie(
learnpipe was setup in 2009 by John Dineen and Shane O’Leary. learnpipe is a graduate company of both the Endeavour and iGAP Programmes. It is funded by Enterprise Ireland and a number of private investors. The company has 8 staff based in Cork, Manchester & Beijing.
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learnpipe helps people to find great courses. We put the fun back into choosing the right college or course. We call it social Q&A for education.