Posted April 29, 2018 06:24:49A look at the salaries of the top students at some of the world’s top cosmetologists school.

The Globe And A Mail search shows that graduates of elite cosmeceutical schools earn a combined average of $92,600 annually.

In 2017, the average salary for the class of 2018 was $93,000.

That number is slightly higher than last year, but is still well below the average pay of $117,000 that was recorded by the top 10% of graduates.

Among graduates with a degree from a top cosmecesutical school, the median salary is $92.93 per hour.

There is a median salary for a graduate with a bachelor’s degree of $93.60 per hour in 2017.

The top 10 percent of graduates earned an average of about $125,000 in 2017, while the bottom 10% earned an annual salary of about 40,000, according to the study.

The top 10.5% of students earned an estimated $5.6 million in 2017 and the top 1% earned $5 million, according the study, published by The Graduate Record.

The median salary was $89,000 for a bachelor of arts degree and $87,500 for a master of arts in cosmeci- sation.

In the case of cosmetologist students, the top earners were the top 5% who earned an hourly wage of about$125, while a graduate of a graduate school in the United States who did not have a cosme- cutical degree earned an an average hourly wage $115.

The median salary of the average graduate of the two highest-earning cosmecco- sions was $110,000 per year.

The average salary of graduates with bachelor of science degrees in cosmological fields was $83,400.

The average salary was about $75,000 among graduates of master’s degrees.

Among the top earning graduates, the study found that the median was about 25,000 dollars per year, while it was only around 15,000 bucks for graduates with master’s degree.