How to nail a summer manicurist

The manicure industry is struggling to catch up with the demand for summer manicures. 

It’s a difficult time to be in a summer job. 

The U.S. unemployment rate rose last month to 7.4% from 6.6%. 

That means more than 16 million Americans have lost their jobs since the recession began in 2008. 

As of February 2018, nearly 1.6 million people were unemployed. 

Despite that, more than half of American households have a summer vacation, according to a new survey. 

And the number of jobs being held in summer is growing. 

According to a report from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, summer job growth rose to 3.9% from 2.8% in 2018. 

That’s the highest rate of summer job gain since March 2009. 

But some employers are struggling to attract qualified manicurists. 

 One in five employers in the U.K. say they are not hiring summer workers this year. 

In February, The Sun reported that almost half of all manicurers surveyed said they were unable to hire summer manicurs due to the summer weather. 

Another study from the University of Michigan showed that just 2% of salons surveyed said their summer job openings were open. 

“The summer is really hard, and I don’t know how we can get through it,” said Michelle Schumacher, a senior marketing manager at the National Association of Home Health Attendants. 

She’s seen her clients suffer the summer blues. 

When she’s seen clients coming back from vacation, she sees anxiety. 

“[They] look tired, and they don’t seem well,” Schumachers told the Sun. 

For many manicurians, the summer is also their busiest period of the year.

The shortage of manicures in 2018 has been compounded by the economic recession. 

Since the recession, the number has ballooned to almost 2 million salons across the U and the U-S.

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Many people who are unemployed or have been laid off are seeking manicures, according to a new report from The National Association for Home Health Care Professionals. 

At one nail salon, a woman named Maria told the publication that she needed to hire a manicurer because she was struggling to pay for her bills. 

While it may seem like an easy fix, hiring a manicure assistant is not easy. 

Salons can’t hire manicurings without a degree. 

So many people have to apply to graduate, and even some salons have trouble getting the qualifications needed to be qualified. 

More than 1 in 5 manicuring professionals have a bachelor’s degree, according the study. 

Some salons say they’ve tried to hire seasonal employees who would have to work off-site, but they are too expensive. 

Even though the summer job market is improving, the shortage of summer manicured nail salon jobs is still a serious problem. 

This isn’t the first time we’ve heard of manicurators being turned away. 

A woman in New Jersey was turned away from her manicurery business after she complained that she didn’t have enough time to get her nails done. 

We can only hope that this time, it doesn’t come back to haunt them.