The hair stylist job has long been a career goal for young women who want to become more independent and successful.
Many people have a good idea of what a stylist does, and how much time they spend in front of a computer.
Some even have careers they want to pursue.
But a new study by LinkedIn found that some women who have graduated from high school and have a job lined up are being left out in the cold by the stylist industry.
That’s because many stylists have not gotten paid, said Rebecca Pascual, a LinkedIn spokesperson.
The problem is, there’s a lack of information on the career paths of those graduates.
So we asked LinkedIn to help us determine the careers of stylists.
We surveyed stylists who graduated from schools in the United States and Canada, and then asked them how many years of training they had, how much they had paid and what their current career is.
LinkedIn found that a whopping 90% of the stylists we surveyed were not getting paid.
Of those, almost a third had not seen their salary for more than a year, and nearly half of those who did not see their salary received less than $10,000.
And many of the graduates are still not getting their desired career path.
According to LinkedIn, only 22% of stylist graduates were earning more than $20,000 a year.
And a third of those not getting jobs, had not received any salary for six months or less.
This is not a great situation.
For a stylian, earning money is the goal.
They want to be a professional, and they are looking for a job with a decent pay and benefits.
So even if they did get paid, it’s not enough to make up for the fact that their job is unpaid, according to Pascal.
The most common reason for not getting a job is that the stylers didn’t have a college degree.
According the LinkedIn data, almost half of stylers who had graduated from a school with a college diploma or higher did not have a degree, and only 4% of graduates with no degree were working.
This isn’t a new problem, said Pascall, and it’s something that the industry needs to address.
In the last few years, stylists and hair stylists in general have seen a spike in online applications for stylists positions.
So stylists need to be more transparent with their job applications to get a better picture of the demand, she said.
According to LinkedIn’s data, only 20% of new stylists jobs are going to be full time positions, and just 18% are part-time positions.
But many stylist jobs are full time, Pascals told Ars.
This trend is happening in addition to the online recruitment and training companies.
The stylists market has become increasingly competitive, as the stylian is increasingly needed for online job boards, and many of those online job sites are offering opportunities for those who want a job in the stylista industry.
According for example, stylist Jobs in the U.S. grew nearly 70% between 2015 and 2016, with the average salary for stylist positions now at about $30,000, according LinkedIn.
The average hourly wage for stylistic positions in the US was $20.75, according the LinkedIn study.
And in Canada, the average hourly salary for a stylists job was $16.25, according CareerCast, an online career search platform.
But the median salary for those positions in Canada is around $10.80, according JobCast.
And according to LinkedIn data and CareerCast data, there are also other factors that contribute to the high cost of getting a stylista job:The vast majority of new positions that are filled through JobCast are for people who are either on the edge or have some other health condition, according Jobs in Canada.
For those who are younger and more likely to be self-employed, it is also a difficult market.
According CareerCast and JobCast, only 7% of those working in the market are women, compared to nearly 40% of men.
And the median age of those with a stylistic job is 30, compared with 46 in the general population.
According LinkedIn data for the U of A, only 14% of students in the 2015-2016 school year had a job, and the figure was 19% in 2016-2017.
The high cost for a hair stylista is not the only reason that the job market is tough.
A recent study by the University of British Columbia found that hair styli s are often overqualified.
The study found that about 40% to 50% of candidates who applied for a position with a hair service did not get a job.
And if you think that job is not as good as the one you were offered, a study from the University Of British Columbia showed that only 8% of applicants who applied were hired.
But while there is some good news