Submitted by Elizabeth Emery on Tue, 12/20/2016 - 21:34
According to the Star Gazette, enrollment in gymnastics increases every four year after the Olympics. This holds true in Elmira, New York, where a local gymnastics club saw their gymnastics enrollment increase by 50% after a previous Olympics. Often when enrollment increases, gyms have to hire more gymnastics coaches.
Submitted by Elizabeth Emery on Sun, 12/18/2016 - 20:38
Tempe, Arizona would be a great place to get a job coaching gymnastics. According to 12 News, Tempe was ranked by Livability as the number 1 college town in the nation. Livability determined its ranking by such factors as job percentages and affordable housing. So since Tempe is a great place to live, it stands to reason that Tempe would be a great place to live and coach gymnastics.
Submitted by Elizabeth Emery on Sat, 12/17/2016 - 20:15
The success of the USA women’s artistic gymnastics team in the Rio Olympics has created more business for gymnastics centers in Youngstown, Ohio, according to WFMJ.
The increased business may mean that Steel Valley gymnastics clubs will need to hire more gymnastics coaches to keep up with the increased business.
Submitted by Elizabeth Emery on Fri, 12/16/2016 - 19:46
The best place to find a gymnastics coaching job in Florida may very well be Sarasota.
After all, per the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Sarasota was ranked as the number one city to find a job in Florida by WalletHub.
In order to get a Sarasota, FL gymnastics coaching job, you should use Gymnastics Coach Finder.
Submitted by Elizabeth Emery on Thu, 12/15/2016 - 20:36
Gymnastics coaches wishing to land a gymnastics coaching job should try looking in Idaho Falls, Idaho.
According to KMVT, the unemployment rate of Idaho Falls is the lowest of all metropolitan areas of Idaho, with a rate of 3.2%, down 0.2% from last year.
In order to get a gymnastics coaching job, you should submit a gymnastics coaching profile to Gymnastics Coach Finder.
Submitted by Elizabeth Emery on Mon, 12/12/2016 - 09:34
The success of the Final Five in the Rio Olympics has inspired young kids in Wichita, Kansas to work hard at gymnastics so that they too can make the Olympic team someday, per KSN. With more kids in Wichita wanting to work hard in gymnastics, enrollment in Wichita gymnastics clubs should increase, and gyms may need to hire more gymnastics coaches.
Submitted by Elizabeth Emery on Sun, 12/11/2016 - 18:27
Seeing the hero’s welcome that Olympic champion Aly Raisman received after returning to her hometown of Needham, Massachusetts (as reported in the Portland Press Herald) makes me realize just what a big boost to gymnastics enrollment Needham, Massachusetts gyms must have received. Seeing someone from their hometown win a gold medal in the Olympics is just the kind of motivation a kid who might want to try gymnastics needs.
Submitted by Elizabeth Emery on Sat, 12/10/2016 - 11:53
Gymnastics programs in Kalispell, Montana may need to start hiring more gymnastics coaches because, per the Helena Independent Record, Kalispell is one of the fastest growing cities in Montana.
Submitted by Elizabeth Emery on Fri, 12/09/2016 - 10:36
The Rio Olympics has inspired some Eastern Iowa kids to try gymnastics, says the owner of a gymnastics club in Waterloo, per KWWL.
This increased enrollment may mean gymnastics clubs in Waterloo will be looking to hire more gymnastics coaches.
Submitted by Elizabeth Emery on Thu, 12/08/2016 - 15:20
Cranston, Rhode Island is a great place for both gymnastics clubs and gymnastics coaches.
The Cranston Herald reports that Cranston was rated as one of America’s 50 best cities to live for the third year in a row by 24/7 Wall Street, and the reasons for the recognition are also reasons why Cranston is such a great place for gyms and gymnastics instructors.
Cranston is ideal for gymnastics programs because of its: