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Empire Beauty Schools

Empire Beauty Schools offers hands-on experience in cosmetology, skincare, and cosmetology education at all of their locations.
  • 940 Hansen Rd. Ashwaubenon, WI 54303
  • 5655 South 27th St. Milwaukee, WI 53221
  • Cosmetology and Barbering

Herzing University

Herzing University collaborates with industry leaders and employers to develop degree and diploma programs tailored to the evolving needs of various industries. Their academic offerings span diverse fields such as technology, business, healthcare, and public safety. Prospective students can explore a wide range of options, including over 40 undergraduate programs leading to bachelor's or associate degrees. Additionally, there are opportunities for career advancement through four graduate programs, including seven MBA concentrations, eight MSN concentrations, and a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program. Herzing University distinguishes itself by offering accelerated study options that enable students to earn a bachelor's degree in just three years and a combined bachelor's and master's degree in four years. Many associate degrees can also be completed in less than two years.
  • 15895 W. Bluemound Road (Brookfield) Milwaukee, WI 53005
  • 5800 7th Ave Kenosha, WI 53140
  • 5218 East Terrace Drive Madison, WI 53718
  • Computer and Information Technology, Criminal Justice and Law, Dental, Healthcare Administration, Healthcare and Nursing, Medical Assisting, Medical Billing and Coding, Sterile Processing Technician

Paul Mitchell Schools

There are more than 100 Paul Mitchell Schools nationwide that prepare future professionals for careers in the beauty industry. Students can learn in-demand skills to become cosmetologists, barbers, estheticians and nail designers.
  • 7021 Tree Lane Madison, WI 53717
  • 2000 Silvernail Road Pewaukee, WI 53072
  • Cosmetology and Barbering

Rasmussen University

Rasmussen College offers accelerated degrees in over 50 fields. Programs include Business, Design, Education, Health Sciences, Justice Studies, Nursing, and Technology. The school supports a credit policy that allows attendees to transfer past experience. There are locations in Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin. In addition to 22 traditional campuses, online classes are an option.
  • 904 S Taylor St. Ste 100 Green Bay, WI 54303
  • 1101 Westwood Dr. Wausau, WI 54401
  • Business, Criminal Justice and Law, Healthcare and Nursing

Upper Iowa University

UIU’s online Bachelor of Science, Master of Business Administration, and Master of Public Administration degrees are designed to give you the flexibility you need to balance classwork with your career.
  • 6004 S. County Road G. Janesville, WI 53547
  • 400 County Road H Elkhorn, WI 53121
  • 3 Point Place, Suite 150 Madison, WI 53719
  • 620 S. 76th Street, Suite 100 Milwaukee, WI 53214
  • 133 S. Michigan St. Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
  • 1000 W. Campus Drive, Rm A222 Wausau, WI 54401
  • Business, Communications and Media, Computer and Information Technology, Criminal Justice and Law, Graphics, Design, and Arts, Healthcare and Nursing, Social Services


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Career Outlook in Wisconsin

According to the state’s Department of Workforce Development, Wisconsin expects more than a 7% increase in openings for CDL truck drivers, making commercial trucking one of the 50 fastest-growing careers in Wisconsin. The state also anticipates 3,000 or more new job openings a year for registered nurses.

Wisconsin Employment Opportunities

In the coming years, Wisconsin expects to add over 210,000 jobs. This expanding economy requires a diverse, educated, and skilled labor force. Trade schools in the state help educate workers by offering degrees in various fields. With an average household income of over $60k, Wisconsin is a great place to live and work.

Industry Growth in Wisconsin

The education and health service industry may see many new jobs in the next decade. These careers include healthcare support roles such as people who work in dentist offices, hospice care, and medical laboratories. Corporate businesses also could see nearly 38,000 new jobs with roles in management and business administration.