Highest Paying Sports Careers

Hey there, sports fans. Here's a list of the highest paying jobs in the sports world.

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Hey there, sports fans. Here's a list of the highest paying jobs in the sports world.

1. Sports Medicine Physician

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Sports Medicine Physician

Your Match?

A sports medicine physician is a doctor who specializes in taking care of people who have sports injuries.

2. Fitness and Wellness Coordinator

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Fitness and Wellness Coordinator

Your Match?

A fitness and wellness coordinator is someone who works for a gym or health facility and coordinates or plans all of their fitness and wellness activities - such as exercise classes, health seminars, and special events.

3. Golf Pro

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Golf Pro

Your Match?

A golf pro is someone who earns money by either teaching or playing golf.

4. Athlete

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Athlete

Your Match?

What do you think of when you hear the names Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali, and Tom Brady?

5. Physical Education Teacher

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Physical Education Teacher

Your Match?

Physical education teachers, commonly known as Phys Ed or P.E.

6. Exercise Physiologist

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Exercise Physiologist

Your Match?

An exercise physiologist studies the human body's physiology during exercise and physical exertion.

7. Athletic Trainer

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Athletic Trainer

Your Match?

Athletic trainers are sometimes mistaken for athletic coaches because of the word 'trainer'.

8. Sports Broadcaster

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Sports Broadcaster

Your Match?

A sports broadcaster is someone who provides coverage of sporting events using a variety of different media outlets, such as radio, television, and the internet.

9. Fitness Trainer

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Fitness Trainer

Your Match?

A fitness trainer is someone who leads, instructs, and motivates individuals or groups in exercise activities, including cardiovascular exercise (exercises for the heart and blood system), strength training, and stretching.