Although my hours don't count for college, I'm glad I got experience out of it, and that experience was absolutely great and it made me even more positive that cosmetology really is what I want to do for the rest of my life.
Nevertheless, as the century wore on, more and more people began to accept the idea that childhood should be a protected period of education and enjoyment. However slow education reform was in coming, it did come: in 1851, fully one third of English children received no education at all, whereas by the end of the century, nearly ninety percent went to school for seven to eight years. At the same time, there was an explosion of books, magazines, toys, and games aimed at entertaining children. Indeed, children’s literature blossomed into what critics call its “Golden Age.”
"More than a half a million people work as cosmetologists." (Careers For
Woman Without College Degrees 254) It is a great profession for people who
would like to have a career in the beauty industry.