Margate, FL Placement Rates

Our graduates typically find employment in the following professions (listed by program for easy reference):

  • Cosmetology
    • Salon Assistant
      Stylist Assistant
      Junior Stylist Self-Employed Stylist
  • Massage Therapy
    • Massage Therapist: massage clinic, spa, medical office, resort, cruise ship, salon, etc.
      Chiropractor’s Assistant
      Self-Employed (Private Practice) Spa Technician (Massage/Skin)*
  • Medical Assistant
    • Medical Assistant
      Medical Scheduler
      Medical Front Desk Support
  • Skin Care
    • Registered Facial Specialist (Esthetician)
      Waxing Specialist
      Make-up Artist
      Full Specialist (Nail/Skin)*
      Self-Employed

Calculated Placement Rates (ACCSC required calculations)

Program Rate Cohort Date
Cosmetology (Day) 73% 12/1/2014 – 11/30/2015
Cosmetology (Evening) 80% 4/1/2014 – 3/1/2015
Massage Therapy (Day & Evening) 73% 4/1/2015 – 3/31/2016
Medical Assistant (Day) 76% 10/1/2014 – 9/30/2015
Medical Assistant (Evening) 100% 7/1/2014 – 6/30/2015
Skin Care (Day & Evening) 75% 10/1/2015 – 9/30/2016

The above percentages are compiled as a net number of graduates placed in a related field per program. The total number of placed students within the timeframe above is divided by the total number of graduates in the same timeframe who were available for work. Note: Students that are unavailable for work or considered waived are not calculated in the percentages.

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