• Melissa Quinn

It Takes 4 Times Longer to Become a Hair Braider Than an EMT in Oklahoma


For aspiring hair braiders in more than half of the United States, obtaining the license needed to work this job can take as few as six hours and as many as 2,100 hours, or about 262 eight-hour days.But in 10 places that require hair braiders to get approval from local and state governments, a new report from the Institute for Justice found that occupational licensing requirements have little impact on public health and safety. Instead, they deter hair braiders from entering the profession.

#OccupationalLicensing #Regulation #Protectionism #BillOfRights

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