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Created By: DeAngelo Boyd
What does a athletic trainer do?
An athletic trainer helps prevent and treat injuries for people of all ages. Their clients include everyone from professional athletic to industrial workers.
How does this career benefit society?
Athletic trainers help prevent injuries by advising on the proper use of equipment and applying protective or injuries-preventing devices, such as tape, bandages, and braces.
Education requirements and skills needed.
Most personal trainers have to have had an education containing biology, chemistry, physics, algebra, and geometry. Also the minimum degree you can have is a bachelors degree with is the first degree to graduate with
Are you that willing?
When it comes to working with people who may not have the same attitude everyday, it could get a little stressful, so that's why you have a strong desire to help others. You have to also know how to stay calm under different amounts of stress. and if you are one of those people who have excellent community skills you will be perfect for the job.
Look at the Moola
When your a athletic trainer minimum wage is $15,080, but you can look way past that and the U.S. mean annual wage is $45,230 witch is the most.
In the future
In the future there will be more than 21% or more possible outcome that people will get hired. But that is in demand as of right now.