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Recreation and Leisure is big business. Americans are spending over $300 billion annually in pursuit of leisure. Trained professionals are needed to plan, organize, teach and manage programs, whether for large commercial enterprises, resorts, schools, city park and recreation agencies, disabled populations in medical settings, adolescent substance abuse treatment centers or tourism and convention bureaus.
An individual interested in teaching and guiding professionally can find numerous jobs with the right training and know-how. Also, an individual can pursue a job in teaching and guiding without any formal training, but your chances are much better the more credentials you have. Most businesses have their own in-house training programs, but the problem is getting in the house. The best way to do this is to have a powerful resume with extensive personal experience.
Beginner’s can start out teaching and guiding at anywhere from $75 to a $100 a day and with formal training in larger organizations, they can move into more permanent positions making upwards to $40,000 or $50,000 a year.
Another direction (I believe the best option) is private business, where teachers decide to go into their own business and teach private lessons for a very lucrative career. Someone who wants to make money from their hobby can earn quite a nice living teaching everything from pottery or basketball skills to kayaking, etc….
How To Break Into Teaching
When it comes to teaching, I could talk about all the little details of marketing a teaching business, but why not learn from an expert in the private teaching field. Here’s a great resource to help you with this avenue: CLICK HERE
4 Steps to Success
- Get educated.
- Gain experience.
- Start a business or hang your sign out.
- Teach or Guide!
To your success,
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