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BC: Work Cited NFL Logos.Google Images. psdcovers.com Web. 27 Mar.2013 Money. Digital Images. Google images. open secrets. org. Web. 27 Mar. 2013 NFL Training. Digital Image. Google Images bleacherreport.com.Web. 27 Mar. 2013 NFL Super Bowl. Digital Images. Google Images. foxnewsinsider.com. Web 27. Mar. 2013. Advantages and Disadvantages. Digital Image. Google Images.123rf.com.Web. 27. Mar. 2013 NFL Rookie Players. Digital Images. Google Images.nflplayers.com. Web. 27. Mar. 2013

FC: NFL Career by Howard Horton

2: Job Description If you want to work for the NFL you would need to do a lot of physical activity, training , and a lot of traveling too. You would be working more than 40 hours a week even on holidays. You would be participating in an official organized sports event to entertain hundred of thousands of spectators on T.V.

4: Education, Training, and Qualifications To participate in the NFL you will need at least a high school diploma or equivalent to that. You have a better chance to get spotted while your in high school. If your going into the NFL you should start lifting weights so you can be ready for the training or conditioning in the NFL. You should work on your upper body strength, leg strength, and cardiovascular fitness.

6: Salary Range and Benefits The median range for an NFL football player is $43,740. The wage for half the workers vary depending on how good you are. For the top player they earned more than $166,400, and for the lower players they earn $17,120 or less. As a NFL player you are going to get a sprain, fracture, or an injury so you are covered by the NFL. If you get a broken ankle the NFL will cover it so you don't have to worry about health insurance.

8: Job outlook The employment of athletes and sports competitors is expected to grow 22% from 2010 to 2020, faster than all occupations. Competition for professional athlete jobs will continue to be extremely intense, with progressively more favorable opportunities in lower levels of competition. In major sports, such as basketball and football.The chances of being spotted are 1 in 5,000.

10: Advantages Everyday you enjoy your career. You make a lot of money. You can play for your favorite team. You can meet some of your favorite players. Disadvantages Intense competition with rivals. Chance of getting an injury, and have to sit out of game. Might not get drafted to a team

12: Work Cited ''NFL'' Occupational Outlook handbook, 2008-09 Edition. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Web. Mar. 21 2013 "Athletes and Sports Competitors." Virginia Career VIEW. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Mar. 2013

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