Careers in fitness and wellbeing are in demand. The Connecticut Department of Labor (CTDOL) statistics note
the average annual income as $44,938 and the entry level hourly rate as $11.48.
Employment in this occupation is projected to grow faster than average and the
number of annual job openings will offer excellent job opportunities.
Personal Trainers must combine a unique set of knowledge and skills. You will be teacher, coach, mentor, and leader in a growing industry. The CTDOL provides additional career information at: Personal Trainer Career.
Personal Trainers work in a variety of settings from large gyms and small residential facilities to self-employment with a private client list. Part-time and full time work is available. Early morning and evening hours are often required as well as weekends and some holidays.