Industry estimates suggest that the proposed gainful employment standards could have a devastating effect on private beauty schools in the United States. It’s anticipated that over the next few years, more than half of these schools may be forced to shut down, jeopardizing the future of aspiring beauty professionals. Pivot Point’s Research Team provides vital insights for rulemaking officials to consider the unintended consequences of these standards. It’s imperative that these decision-makers consider the broader ramifications of their actions and work to ensure that the beauty industry continues to flourish and meet the needs of its customers.
Beauty As A Career
Insights From Career Counselors
Recent developments, including concerns about college debt, the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on traditional white-collar careers, and questions about the value of a college education, have reshaped the conversation about choosing between college and a career.
The Pivot Point Research Team and Beauty Cast Network (BCN) conducted research at the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) Annual Conference. This research report includes both quantitative research of attendees as well as qualitative insights from conversations with attendees to provide a holistic overview of attitudes and perceptions about career education, with specific emphasis on the beauty industry.
It focuses on a nationwide group of high school career counselors, aiming to understand their level of interest in beauty careers and the information they need to effectively promote careers in beauty.
Benchmarking Beauty School Compliance
In the fast-paced world of beauty education, compliance challenges are a constant concern for schools striving to meet regulatory standards. At Pivot Point International, Inc., we understand the significance of these challenges, and our Research Team partnered with Compliance ‘N Design to conduct an in-depth study aimed at assisting beauty schools in addressing their compliance needs. This groundbreaking research benchmarks the compliance practices, attitudes, and needs of both single-campus and multi-campus beauty schools, providing a valuable point of reference for educators, directors, and owners alike. By collecting anonymous survey responses from a national audience of private schools representing diverse program offerings, this study achieved a 95% confidence interval with a 10% margin of error. Join us as we explore the key findings and actionable insights to support beauty schools in navigating the complex landscape of compliance.