Barbering Schools and Programs in Nebraska

Pursuing a career in the barbering and personal care industry is very wise. Not only will you be creating a source of potentially unlimited income, you are also entering an industry that is known for rewarding its workers with stable employment in just about any economy. This job can provide you with an outlet for your creativity and personal style genius, while also acting as a springboard for any other business interests you might be nurturing like mens’ fashion design, mens’ clothing sales, musician management or artist management.

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Overview of Barbering Schools and Curriculum in Nebraska

When you attend barbering school in Nebraska you will learn many different types of hair cuts and styles. In fact, you might be surprised at just how many ways there are to cut male hair. You will learn styles like the Executive Taper, the Metro, the Officer’s Cut, the Physician’s Taper and the South Beach Taper along with many different types of beard trims and shaves.

You will learn how to present yourself in a professional way, while still working in comfort throughout long and busy days. In addition, you will learn how to market and manage your business effectively and take care of those little details you might not understand the importance of right now like answering phones, customer service, sanitation and laundry.

Barber Licensing Requirements in Nebraska

In order to obtain a barbering license in Nebraska, you must have your high school diploma or GED. You must also be at least 17 years of age. You have to attend school at a Nebraska Board of Barber Examiner’s approved learning program for at least 2100 credit hours. Once you have finished your training, you can test for your license. If you pass your test, you will receive your Nebraska license.

The fees for testing are $190. This covers the cost of your test, plus two years of licensed practice. You will have to renew your license every other year and pay $90. Late fees are $30.

If you want to work as a barber in Nebraska and you have a license from another state, then you must contact the board directly. Applications for transfer and reciprocity are decided on a case by case basis and decision makers will consider the number of education hours you have completed and the field experience you have.

Job and Employment Outlook for Barbers in Nebraska

Many Nebraska residents love their home state because the grass and flowers are beautiful and healthy and the air is clean. You will rarely find one place that is covered with litter and the people are kind and genuinely welcoming to strangers and fellow residents alike. Even though many places in Nebraska have a hometown feel, it is a progressive and ethnically diverse state.

So whether you want to work in fun and culturally interesting place like Omaha with its unique museums and public events, or whether you prefer to take part in a few of the hundreds of community activities and athletic events that keep Nebraskans busy and full of homegrown pride, there is a sizable community of stable, friendly clients that will need your services as a personal care professional.

Nebraska is a great state to pursue your barbering career and according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, barbers will earn over $22,500 annually in addition to regular tips from many clients.

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Barbering Schools in Nebraska

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LIST OF ALL BARBERING SCHOOLS IN NEBRASKA

College of Hair Design – Lincoln, NE