A KPMG Wellness Sector report projected that the size of India’s beauty and wellness market would nearly double to Rs 80,370 Cr by 2017-18 from Rs 41,224 Cr in 2012-13. A huge problem faced by the industry is the lack of quality manpower. The demand supply gap of trained staff is a real challenge. According to NSDC, skilled workforce in beauty and wellness sector would grow thrice as much, from 40 Lakh in 2013 to 1.42 Cr in 2022, making it the fastest growing job creator. It is expected to grow at a CAGR of 20%, with 23% in organized and 15% in unorganized segments. With shift in focus towards quality of service, the industry has been looking to hire skilled labor to sustain growth.
The following trainings in different Specializations within Beauty and Wellness Sector are identified such as -
- Job Trainings – Advanced Beauty Therapist, Make Up Artist, Fitness Trainer, Ayurvedic Body Therapist.
- Skill Trainings – Advanced Beauty Therapist, Make Up Artist, Fitness Trainer, Ayurvedic Body Therapist.