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Beyond women's collegiate athletics: opportunities to play for pay






Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance 58(3): 28-32

Beyond women's collegiate athletics: opportunities to play for pay

Despite the increased emphasis on women's sport and the steady rise in participation women are still severely limited in furthering their sports careers, both as competitors and in sports-related occupations. The article reviews the career opportunities of women as professional competitors in the 10 sports most commonly offered in schools, and then goes on to give examples of the earning potential of highly skilled participants in other sports.


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