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Average Salary for a Personal Trainer in Minnesota - MN

Employers for personal trainers could range from working one-on-one with someone to fitness clubs and gyms and they can be self-employed and make their own schedules.  More information from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics says that, in 2006, of all fitness workers, approximately 8 percents were employed by themselves, in other words, self-employed.  A large number of this group includes people working as personal trainers.  There are other options such as working on cruise ships to help those stay fit who are vacationing and working at a corporation to help those that work there, according to about.com, and many other options. 

According to Indeed.com, personal trainers as a whole in Minnesota earn approximately $48,000.  Amounts by individual cities are as follows:

Minneapolis, Minnesota personal trainer salary:  $46,000
St. Paul, Minnesota personal trainer salary:  $46,000
Rochester, Minnesota personal trainer salary:  $42,000
Bloomington, Minnesota personal trainer salary:  $46,000
Duluth, Minnesota personal trainer salary:  $44,000
Brooklyn Park, Minnesota personal trainer salary:  $46,000
Plymouth, Minnesota personal trainer salary:  $46,000
Eagan, Minnesota personal trainer salary:  $46,000
St. Cloud, Minnesota personal trainer salary:  $37,000
Coon Rapids, Minnesota personal trainer salary:  $46,000

The amounts, by individual city, are a tiny bit lower than the state average but are generally in line with the state average.  The US Bureau of Labor Statistics states that the average range of salaries for a personal trainer is from a low of $19,610 to a high of $44,420.  The high is still lower than a lot of cities in Minnesota.  Data from the Bureau is dated so it could be that the salaries have gone up.  It is not a significant difference, just a few thousand dollars, so it really is not a debatable difference.


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