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Sports and Recreation


 

Sports and Recreation

If you were thinking that the role of professional athlete was your only option for working in the sports and recreation field, then think again. After all, there is also the option of being a hot dog vendor at baseball games.



In reality, the sports and recreation field has all sorts of opportunities. Large numbers of people are employed working as fitness trainers and aerobics instructors. Many of these trainers and teachers find employment working in large health clubs and health club chains. Others are able to work for themselves. It is important to remember that fitness trainers and aerobics instructors are entering a career that comes with a certain degree of responsibility. In particular, a fitness trainer who does a poor job can cause serious injury in the person that they are training. Conversely, fitness trainers and aerobics instructors can make a significant and positive impact on the lives of those they are instructing.



Additional opportunities exist for those looking to work as coaches and scouts. These career paths usually require a significant knowledge of a particular sport. Scouts, for example, were usually players of the sport. Now spend their time looking for the next “big thing.” After all, everyone wants to be the person responsible for finding the next Michael Jordan!



Many sports fans also turn to becoming umpires, referees and other sports officials. The lure of these jobs is obvious, as fans can actually find themselves being drenched in the sweat of the athletes that they so admire and adore. However, on the downside, the pay is often not quite as good as one would like. Yet, for sports obsessed folks, working as an umpire, referee or other sports official does give one the opportunity to see sports history being made. It is difficult to put a price tag on that. If you want to turn your favorite pastime into a career, click on one of the above links to check out Sports and Recreation careers.

 

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