The girls of Teen Mom 2 are what most would refer to as a success in the reality TV world. They make headlines, they get viewers, and they keep their fans wanting more during the off season. However, reality stars’ success often has an expiration date and when the show ends, the girls will need something to fall back on, which begs the question — “What are the Teen Mom 2 girls planning to do with their future?”
Leah Messer was a stay-at-home mom for several months before getting a job at a local tanning salon a couple of months ago. After quickly getting promoted at Tanfastic, Leah went on to visit Las Vegas for a tanning expo in which she planned to learn more about the business. While there, Leah decided that she wants to open her own tanning salon and later quit her job at Tanfastic. She is currently unemployed but excited to open her own salon in the future.
Kail Lowry got her dental assistant certification in 2012 and earlier this year began working at American Family Dental in Allentown which she loves. While she and her husband Javi Marroquin will soon be relocated because of his military duties, she will likely continue in the dental industry.
Jenelle Evans is currently working on Sulia where she posts news on herself and other Teen Mom stars. Jenelle previously went to college where she studied to become a surgical assistant but dropped out early last year claiming she couldn’t afford it. Since then, she’s been telling fans that she has “half an associates degree” and plans to go back to school when her finances allow it. Jenelle also generates income on Scentsy and Grace Adler. When customers make purchases on the site under her name, she gets a percentage of the profit.
Chelsea Houska is currently in beauty school and loving every minute of it. In April, she revealed to Clique Magazine that she was about halfway done her required 2100 hours of training. Once she gets her certification, Chelsea plans to open her own beauty salon with a couple of her other cosmetologist friends. Chelsea also just debuted the first pieces of her jewelry and accessories line.
Thankfully, no one is currently planning to follow Farrah Abraham’s post-Teen Mom path to become a millionaire.