Personal training is one career that offers quite a bit of diversity due to the many types of physical activity and the populations that seek the services. For many, this is one of its strongest allures alongside their love of fitness and physical engagement. One may work in a corporate gym or wellness and recreation center with a somewhat dependable schedule and salary; work independently with their own schedule or even work part-time while taking on other endeavors completely outside of their primary field of interest. Following any of these paths can lead to financial success of varied proportion. In fact, trainers who own their own business or work for high-end facilities often boast incomes of +$100,000 on an annual basis. Even parttimers in the right situation and right environment have a relatively high earning potential. On top of this, recent surveys show that most personal trainers truly enjoy what they do and feel they are doing something worthwhile for other people. What could be greater than that?
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