Nutrition and Personal Trainer Job Market
Train for a Career You’ll Love
You’ll be an inspiration for those who need help tweaking their diet and/or developing an exercise routine to meet their individual goals. You’ll lead, instruct, and motivate. Here’s a breakdown of your responsibilities:
- Teaching proper fitness and nutrition habits
- Observing clients’ exercise routines and tracking their progress
- Developing fitness/meal plans based on client’s needs and goals
Certified personal trainer and nutrition specialists work in a variety of facilities such as health clubs, fitness centers, yoga studios, and even client homes.
The salary for this role varies based on facility, location, and experience, but the national average annual income is $39,000.*