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Trade Schools in North Dakota

The majority of trade schools in North Dakota offer programs in traditional skilled vocations like cosmetology, but many of the online programs available also provide courses fields ranging from information technology to healthcare. Courses are available to most of the state’s residents, and graduates from these programs are eligible for a wide range of entry-level professional positions with top regional employers.

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Trade Schools in ND

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The National Center for Education Statistics listed 10 accredited trade schools in North Dakota at the beginning of the 2014 school year. The table below contains the basic program details for each of these institutions, as well as a link to their school website.

Name Address
Headquarters Academy of Hair Design inc 108 S Main St, Minot, North Dakota 58701-3914
Josef’s School of Hair Design inc-Fargo Downtown 627 Northern Pacific Avenue, Fargo, North Dakota 58102
Josef’s School of Hair Design inc-Fargo West 4501 15th Avenue SW, Fargo, North Dakota 58103
Josef’s School of Hair Design inc-Grand Forks 2011 S Washington St, Grand Forks, North Dakota 58201
JZ Trend Academy Paul Mitchell Partner School 1320 Tacoma Avenue, Bismarck, North Dakota 58504
Moler Barber College 16 S Eighth St, Fargo, North Dakota 58103-1805
Rasmussen College-Bismarck 1701 East Century Avenue, Bismarck, North Dakota 58503-0658
Rasmussen College-North Dakota 4012 19th Avenue SW, Fargo, North Dakota 58103-7196
The Hair Academy 2101 East Broadway Avenue, Bismarck, North Dakota 58501
The Salon Professional Academy 4377 15th Ave South, Fargo, North Dakota 58103

Employment & Salary Outlook

North Dakota – A Look at Jobs in 2020

Exploration of the Bakken Shale Formation has led to a dramatic increase in demand for workers in North Dakota’s oil and gas industry in recent years. As a result, jobs related to this industry are expected to experience historic growth rates through 2020. While many of the positions created do not require any secondary schooling, advancing one’s job into management positions or higher-paying specialized areas does require additional education.

North Dakota’s 10 Fastest Growing Occupations

North Dakota’s 10 fastest-growing occupations are heavily made-up of positions from the state’s booming oil and gas industry, but the expanding home care industry is represented as well. You can watch a brief video profiling each of these jobs, and review the official state employment projections by clicking any of the names below.

Wellhead Pumpers

Minimum Education: Less than high school.

Median Salary in ND (2012): $64,600

2010 Employment: 620

2020 Employment: 3,110

Pct Change: 399%

 

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Derrick Operators, Oil and Gas

Minimum Education: Less than high school.

Median Salary in ND (2012): $55,400

2010 Employment: 990

2020 Employment: 2,580

Pct Change: 160%

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Service Unit Operators, Oil, Gas, and Mining

Minimum Education: Less than high school.

Median Salary in ND (2012): $52,700

2010 Employment: 1,830

2020 Employment: 4,310

Pct Change: 135%

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Roustabouts, Oil and Gas

Minimum Education: Less than high school.

Median Salary in ND (2012): $48,400

2010 Employment: 1,230

2020 Employment: 2,850

Pct Change: 132%

 

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Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Drivers

Minimum Education: High school diploma and certification from an accredited program.

Median Salary in ND (2012): $43,600

2010 Employment: 9,210

2020 Employment: 15,360

Pct Change: 67%

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First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers

Minimum Education: High school diploma.

Median Salary in ND (2012): $57,200

2010 Employment: 2,360

2020 Employment: 3,770

Pct Change: 60%

 

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Home Health Aides

Minimum Education: High school diploma and certification from an accredited program.

Median Salary in ND (2012): $30,600

2010 Employment: 2,040

2020 Employment: 2,840

Pct Change: 39%

 

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Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists

Minimum Education: High school diploma.

Median Salary in ND (2012): $43,300

2010 Employment: 1,330

2020 Employment: 1,850

Pct Change: 39%

 

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Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers

Minimum Education: Less than high school with apprenticeship.

Median Salary in ND (2012): $36,300

2010 Employment: 920

2020 Employment: 1,210

Pct Change: 32%

 

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Laborers and Freight, Stock and Material Movers

Minimum Education: Less than high school.

Median Salary in ND (2012): $26,700

2010 Employment: 5,100

2020 Employment: 6,700

Pct Change: 31%

 

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Source: North Dakota Labor Market Information Center

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