The information below is a chapter from FitnessJobs.com founder, Alan Cohen's eBook: "How to Land Your Dream Fitness Job A Complete Guide to Finding Your Dream Job in the Health and Fitness Industry".
There are approximately 100 million baby boomers in the U.S. This group is expected to live longer than previous generations. This is the largest population segment in our economy and they are seeking professional help for their aging bodies.
“What’s the best way to grow my career?” is a question I have often been asked by people who are just starting in the fitness industry.
Opportunities come to us in many ways during our career. Through a job search, through personal referrals, our reputation, blogging, social media and more. From time to time there may be some good-looking opportunities that may require relocation.
If you are interviewing for a personal trainer job than read this quick tip sheet on things you can do to better your chances of getting hired.
There comes a time in everyone's life where they think about owning their own business. For those working in the fitness industry, it probably happens often.
After working in the gym for less than a year, you woke up one day and decided YOU wanted to become a gym manager.
Getting Paid What you are Worth
Getting “paid what you are worth” is an expression that’s been around forever. Are you getting paid what you’re worth?
If you are asking that question it may be time to take stock in your career.
When searching for jobs, many candidates apply for jobs only in the mainstream of the industry, which are health clubs.
In the health and fitness industry one of the fastest growing occupations is for personal trainers.
Statistics published in the Yoga Journal reveal that nearly 7.5 percent of the adult population in the United States has practiced some form of yoga, and one in seven people not practicing yoga, plan to do so within the next 12 months.
Fall is a great time of the year to evaluate your career as employers are ramping up hiring for 2017.
The number of salon and spa establishments has ballooned more than 83 percent in just the last decade.
We've compiled some of the best interviewing and career tips from the past couple years. Check them out on our Blog!
Getting a foot in the door may mean wading into a pool