Health club jobs for veterans are considered among the more lucrative employment options today. These jobs usually do not require a veteran to have a formal degree in health and fitness. The working schedules can be flexible in many cases, and as an added incentive the veteran and his or her family can enjoy the club membership for free.
Other abundant careers in the fitness industry for veterans include positions such as customer service and customer service supervisors, membership sales and membership sales directors, operations managers, facility maintenance, personal trainers, fitness management, club management, lifeguards, aquatic instructors, aquatics management, restaurant management, massage therapist, child care supervisors, group fitness instructors, group fitness managers, yoga instructors, and much more.
Veterans who would like to explore the fitness industry and are looking at fitness career opportunities can obtain a free eBook called “How to Land Your Dream Fitness Job – A Complete Guide to FindingYour Dream Job in the Health and Fitness Industry.” This eBook is written by Alan Cohen, founder and president of FitnessJobs.com, who is one of the top career experts in the fitness industry. Veterans interested in receiving this free resource should contact
Alan Cohen by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Veterans who email Cohen will also receive an additional free guide that pertains to interviewing for fitness industry positions. It is called the “Interviewing Tool Kit” which has 12 job descriptions created specifically for the fitness industry and corresponding interview questions to prepare and help them land the right fitness job.
Alan Cohen is a renowned fitness career expert with more than 30 years of experience in the fitness industry. He is the founder of FitnessJobs.com. Check out his new eBook: “How to Land Your Dream Fitness Job -- A Complete Guide to FindingYour Dream Job in the Health and Fitness Industry.”