For many people, finding sport and leisure jobs is about working in an industry that fuels their passions. It all sounds quite alluring as you get to work at something you enjoy, while surrounded by people with similar interests. But how easy is it finding a sport and leisure jobs in reality?
Our dedicated channel looks at a cross-section of professions to see whether finding that sports and leisure job in one of the more glamourous areas is little more than a dream for most.
Physiotherapists are health care professionals who provide assessments of physical function, and use exercises and other physical treatments to promote healing - but how would you go about finding a job in leisure as a physiotherapist?
Another good career path is as a health club manager. There are numerous opportunities both in the UK and abroad, and clubs range in size from your small local gym to massive corporate facilities.
An osteopath is a therapist who manipulates the skeleton and muscles, and osteopathy is a growing field. Most osteopaths are self-employed, working either in their own practice or in a private health care centre or sports clinic. Frequently osteopaths treat clients who have been referred to them by their GP.
Probably the most opportunities would be as a personal trainer. Once you are certified, you aren't just limited to working a gym or home setting. You could work on a cruise ship, at a spa or resort, or as a corporate trainer.