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Trade Schools in Nebraska

Are you looking for trade schools in Nebraska that can give you the education you need to launch a successful new future? If so, you’ll be happy to learn that the Cornhusker State is home to a number of top programs offering certificates, diplomas and degrees in all of the region’s fastest-growing industries.

Nebraska Jobs – A Look Ahead to 2020

The energy, technology and healthcare industries in Montana are projected to experience growth through 2020 according to the State of Montana’s official website. Individuals who have completed a professional program at an accredited institution like those featured on this page will be particularly well-positioned to capitalize on the opportunities that this growth should present.

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Trade Schools in NE

Trade Schools in NE – 2014

There were 17 accredited trade schools in Nebraska in January 2014 according to the National Center for Education Statistics. The table below reflects program information and contact details for each of these institutions.

Name Address
Capitol School of Hairstyling and Esthetics 10803 John Galt Blvd., Omaha, Nebraska 68137-2325
College of Hair Design 304 S Eleventh St, Lincoln, Nebraska 68508-2199
College of Hair Design-East Campus 9000 Andermatt Dr, Lincoln, Nebraska 68526
Fullen School of Hair Design 1909 Broadway, Scottsbluff, Nebraska 69361
ITT Technical Institute-Omaha 9814 M St, Omaha, Nebraska 68127-9812
Joseph’s College 5801 O Street, Lincoln, Nebraska 68510-2226
Kaplan University-Lincoln Campus 1821 K St, Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
Kaplan University-Omaha Campus 5425 N. 103rd St., Omaha, Nebraska 68134-1002
La’James International College 1660 N Grant, Fremont, Nebraska 68025
Myotherapy Institute 4001 Pioneer Woods Drive, Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
National American University-Bellevue 3604 Summit Plaza Drive, Bellevue, Nebraska 68123-1065
Omaha School of Massage and Healthcare of Herzing University 9748 Park Dr, Omaha, Nebraska 68127
The Creative Center 10850 Emmet St, Omaha, Nebraska 68164
Universal College of Healing Arts 8702 North 30th Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68112-1810
University of Phoenix-Omaha Campus 13321 California St, Omaha, Nebraska 68154-5258
Vatterott College-Spring Valley 11818 I Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68137
Xenon International Academy-Omaha 8516 Park Drive, Omaha, Nebraska 68127-3622

Employment & Salary Outlook

Nebraska’s 10 Fastest Growing Occupations

The 10 occupations featured below are expected to experience the fastest growth rate in Nebraska among all positions experiencing a net increase of 250 new positions or more by 2020. Click on any name below to watch a brief video and review the state employment statistics for that position.

Market Research Analysts and Specialists

Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree.

Median Salary in NE (2012): $55,700

2010 Employment: 3,090

2020 Employment: 4,140

Pct Change: 34%

 

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Personal Care Aides

Minimum Education: Less than high school. Median Salary in NE (2012): $21,000 2010 Employment: 3,540 2020 Employment: 4,620 Pct Change: 31%
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Software Developers, Systems Software

Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree.

Median Salary in NE (2012): $78,000

2010 Employment: 2,420

2020 Employment: 3,130

Pct Change: 30%

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Cost Estimators

Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree. Median Salary in NE (2012): $47,900 2010 Employment: 1,620 2020 Employment: 2,080 Pct Change: 28%  
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Industrial Machinery Mechanics

Minimum Education: High school diploma and apprenticeship.

Median Salary in NE (2012): $41,200

2010 Employment: 2,440

2020 Employment: 3,100

Pct Change: 27%

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Physical Therapists

Minimum Education: Doctoral or professional degree (DPT). Median Salary in NE (2012): $73,700 2010 Employment: 1,460 2020 Employment: 1,820 Pct Change: 25%  
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Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers

Minimum Education: Less than high school with apprenticeship.

Median Salary in NE (2012): $30,100

2010 Employment: 2,470

2020 Employment: 3,040

Pct Change: 23%

 

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Network and Computer Systems Administrators

Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree. Median Salary in NE (2012): $65,800 2010 Employment: 3,370 2020 Employment: 4,120 Pct Change: 22%  
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Medical Secretaries

Minimum Education: High school diploma.

Median Salary in NE (2012): $29,500

2010 Employment: 3,350

2020 Employment: 4,070

Pct Change: 22%

 

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HVAC Technicians and Installers

Minimum Education: High school diploma and certification from an accredited program. Median Salary in NE (2012): $43,600 2010 Employment: 2,260 2020 Employment: 2,730 Pct Change: 21%  
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Source: Nebraska Department of Labor, Nebraska Workforce Development

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