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Exercise Physiology and Human Performance: Professional Resources

Occupations in Exercise Physiology and Human Performance

With a degree in Exercise Physiology and Human Performance, you will be prepared to work in a multitude of health and fitness-related fields to include jobs in Cardiac Rehabilitation Specialist, Exercise Physiologist, Occupational Therapist, Personal Trainer, Sports Nutritionist, Strength and Conditioning Coach and Wellness Coordinator.

According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, the average 2021 median pay for Exercise Physiologists was $47,940. For Occupational Therapists, the 2021 median pay was $85,570 and for Athletic Trainers the pay was $48,420.  All three of these jobs were expected to grow faster than average over the next few years. 

For more career guidance, help with your job search, or other information, visit TAMUCT Career and Professional Development.

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Professional Organizations in Exercise Physiology and Human Performance

These are important professional organizations related to Exercise Physiology and Human Performance. 

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