Ms Pollice Due & submitted: April 9th 2013
I think I acted very professional with Trudy. I was very comfortable having an interview with her as she is a hairdresser, something I would want to pursue in life. I was not nervous at all because I have known her since I was 4 years old. I learned a lot from the interview, how crazy a salon is during the week, from the noise in the background and you have to work a lot 15 hours a week. Also I have learned a lot of products they use in a salon, that I had no idea that they carry in the salon because not a lot of salons carry the shampoo and conditioner called fast; it is a product that makes your hair grow faster.
I was always interested in the field of cosmetology I am still a little indecisive on what I want to be, a cosmetology teacher or a hair dresser. If I had to pick what I want to become now it would be a cosmetology teacher, but you have to be a hairdresser before you are a cosmetology teacher, they both have to deal with hair and makeup and some cases nails.
The interview did help me understand more about the occupation by knowing more on what I have to do, since I have to be a hairdresser first, I would want to see which one I would be more interested in and enjoy more I am lucky I get to do both, being a hairdresser first before getting into the field of teaching.
What I learned in the world of work doing your work properly and being on time because both is very important. You need to be on time and do all tasks on time; we learn that in elementary-high school
The most interesting thing i learned about this occupation is to deal with hair and makeup all day, something I would enjoy, but the most challenging thing is to work for minimum 13 hours a day.
Yes this job is something I would want to pursue in the future because I am so interested and fascinated in hair makeup and nails. Learning about different hair products for different types of hair...