By Ashley A. Smith
February 13, 2017
The organization argues that gainful employment undercounts cosmetology graduates’ income because many self-employed workers rely on gratuities and are paid in cash. Many cosmetologists simply underreport their incomes, according to the organization.
“A provision that is supposed to protect our students, in fact, hurts them badly,” said Adam Nelson, executive director of AACS, in a news release. “We are proud that our graduates, many of whom were the first in their families to attend any kind of post-high school education, are quite often joining the middle class, establishing themselves in new beauty businesses and raising families and supporting themselves at a very good income level over long-lasting careers.”
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