Athletic Trainer By bryce popolis


I have chosen to research a career as an athletic trainer. This career interests me because I want to pursue a career involving athletics. I enjoy helping others and have a passion for athletics.

Nature of Work

trainers Apply protective or injury-preventive devices, such as tape, bandages, and braces. They Recognize and evaluate injuries, and they Provide first aid and emergency care. they Develop and carry out rehabilitation programs for injured athletes. they also Plan and implement comprehensive programs to prevent injury and illness among athletes.

Working Conditions

athletic trainers Work with military, law enforcement, and performing artists. Some athletic trainers may work at hospitals, fitness centers, physicians' offices, colleges, universities, and secondary schools. trainers Work full time. Athletic trainers who work with teams during sporting events may work evenings or weekends and travel often. Usually trainers are onsite with athletes and are often the first responders when injuries occur.

Appropriate Attire

athletic trainers usually wear Khaki pants or shorts, polo shirts, and sneakers. The dress code is determined by the employer.

Training and Preparation

trainers Need at least a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. Master's degree programs are also common. athletic trainers utilize Classroom and clinical programs. they also Need to be licensed and/or certified.


Spectator sports earn an average of $44,920. Fitness and recreational sports centers earn an average of $40,800.


Assistant athletic trainers have the opportunity to become head athletic trainers, athletic directors, or administrators, taking on more of a management role.

Job Outlook

As people become more aware of sports-related injuries occurring at younger ages, the demand for athletic trainers is expected to increase. Some states require schools to employ athletic trainers. this job will be around in 15 years because all sports need an athletic trainer available in case an athlete gets injured.

Related Occupations

Physical Therapists, Exercise Physiologists, Massage Therapists, and Physician Assistants.


Athletic trainers are accurate because they work with people in stressful situations, they are trained in a variety of different medical problems, and they take notes on how people are recovering.

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