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    What jobs can i get as an exercise physiologist?

    How much would the min and max anual pay be? How difficult is it to find a job? Thanks
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    Originally Posted by nstesta View Post
    How much would the min and max anual pay be? How difficult is it to find a job? Thanks
    That depends on your location, industry, whether you have a Bachelor's, Master's, or Ph.d in Exercise Phys. and obviously years of experience. Most true Exercise Physiologists work in some type of research setting at the highest levels. Lots of hospitals employ too, but more along the lines of cardiac rehab.
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