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Personal Trainer Salary with Associates Degree

by Keith Williams
(Chicago)

What if you only go to college for two years and get an associates degree, does that affect your salaries

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Shouldn't make a big difference
by: Katie - Admin

Since most personal trainers don't even have an associates degree, I wouldn't expect any difference in your salary level. Its unfortunate but even trainers with a full four year exercise science degree won't get a much better salary from typical gyms. The real salary difference comes years later when you start your own business and really draw upon the knowledge you have to make a difference to your clients.

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associates degree
by: Anonymous

I believe that a degree does make a difference and should. I know that applying for employment some employers are now wanting someone with a bachelors degree for the higher paying jobs. I believe the fitness industry is growing and thats what it will grow into. Beside it prepares us for so many situations working with clients that we may not detect other wise. Fitness is a profession and should be recognized as such. The more education the better you are along with on the job training

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