Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Fitness Career Guide on Sale for the Holidays


 
The Most Helpful Fitness Career Guide Available is on Sale Just in Time for the Holidays!

Don’t you want to start working at your dream job in the health and fitness industry as soon as possible?
 
Don’t you want to start earning the income you deserve at a job you love? You’re in luck! The only career guide you’ll ever need for success in the exciting health and fitness industry is right here, on sale.
 
Purchase "How to Land Your Dream Fitness Job -  A Complete Guide to Finding Your Dream Job in the Health in Fitness Industry" for only $4.95 this holiday season!
 
Plus you'll receive the "Interviewing Tool Kit" free. 12 job descriptions plus corresponding interview questions created specifically for the health and fitness industry, to help you Ace Your Interview!
 
Go to Land Your Dream Fitness Job and use coupon code: Holiday10 at checkout. Change your life today!

 

 
 

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Personal Training Jobs Available on FitnessJobs.com





As health clubs and fitness businesses prepare for their busiest quarter of the year, January-March, job seekers are in the driver’s seat to pick the perfect job.
There are part-time and full-time personal training opportunities at almost any fitness business across America right now. Job seekers looking for personal trainer jobs need to be prepared to be able to work a flexible schedule. This is important to hiring managers, because their members/customers have a variety of scheduling requirements. Many people want 1-1 training before work. Soccer moms need personal trainers when their children are off to school. Corporate employees need trainers at noon. And the majority of people workout after the traditional work day from 4:30 p.m on.
Personal trainers that are new to a company are encouraged to be available for a variety of hours. This can end up being 12-14 hours or more in any given day. Of course there are slow times during the day for meals, personal workouts or extended breaks. The way companies pay personal trainers varies. Some personal trainers receive an hourly rate plus commissions. Others are on salary with commissions and most trainers work strictly on commissions. Hence, if you want to earn more money, you make yourself available. Once a personal trainer becomes a more tenured employee and builds up their own loyal clientele, hours can become more predictable.

Job seekers that are preparing for a new job may want to watch a short video by Alan Cohen, Founder and President of FitnessJobs.com to prepare them for their job search.  Also, candidates need to have their certifications in order, as employers will be asking for copies for their files. Many companies have their own training and certification program for those just entering the field. This information is almost always listed in job postings or the company website.

Alan Cohen is a renowned career expert in the health and fitness industry and founder and president of FitnessJobs.com. He is the author of the best selling eBook: "How to Land Your Dream Fitness Job" - A Complete Guide to Finding Your Dream Job in the Health and Fitness Industry. He can be reached at 800-259-4397.






Monday, November 12, 2012

Free Career Guide for Veterans Looking for Jobs in the Health and Fitness Industry



A Veterans Day Offering for All Vets from FitnessJobs.com

Alan Cohen, founder and president of FitnessJobs.com wanted to do something for all the veterans that have provided Americans their freedom and liberty. Cohen never served his country with military service so he found a way to do something that could help veterans looking for employment in a tough job market.

His eBook “How to Land Your Dream Fitness Job” is a comprehensive guide that assists job seekers in locating top jobs in the thriving health and fitness industry.
The health and fitness industry in the U. S. has seen significant growth in recent years. Data released by the U.S. Department of Labor shows employment of fitness trainers and instructors is expected to rise by 24 percent between 2010 and 2020. This rate of growth is faster than the average for all occupations. An increasing number of health and fitness related organizations are starting to recognize the value that a veteran can bring to their company.

Most of 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, employees and his or her family often can enjoy a club membership for free or at a substantial discount.

Careers in the fitness industry for veterans include positions such as customer service, membership sales, operations, facility maintenance, personal trainers, fitness management, lifeguards, aquatic instructors, restaurant management, massage therapist, child care supervisors, group fitness instructors, yoga instructors, and much more. FitnessJobs.com currently has nearly one thousand job openings posted on its website as of November, 2012.
 
Veterans who would like to explore the fitness industry can obtain their free copy of “How to Land Your Dream Fitness Job – A Complete Guide to  Finding Your Dream Job in the Health and Fitness Industry". This eBook is written by Alan Cohen, founder and president of FitnessJobs.com. Veterans interested in receiving this valuable resource should go to LandYourDreamFitnessJob.com and use Coupon code: FreeforVets to receive their free career guide.

Veterans will also receive an additional 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 job seekers land their ideal job.
Alan Cohen is a renowned fitness career expert with more than 30 years of experience in the fitness industry. He founded FitnessJobs.com 13 years ago.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

New Marketing Video for FitnessJobs.com

 
 
Check out our new marketing video we created to drive more job seekers to our sites.

Alan Cohen is a renowned fitness industry career expert with more than 30 years of experience in the health club industry. He is the founder of FitnessJobs.com and author of: How to Land Your Dream Fitness Job - A Complete Guide to Finding Your Dream Job in the Health and Fitness Industry.” He can be reached at alan@fitnessjobs.com or by calling 800-259-4397.