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Kim C. Graber, Amelia Mays Woods, Chad M. Killian, K. Andrew R. Richards and Jesse L. Rhoades

over the course of their careers and reported annual salaries of approximately $23,000. Despite Lawson’s ( 1991 ) plea for the examination of teacher educators nearly two decades ago, the study of PETE faculty members received limited attention in the literature during the late 1990s and early 2000s

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Ian J. Connole, Jack C. Watson II, Vanessa R. Shannon, Craig Wrisberg, Edward Etzel and Christine Schimmel

This study used a consumer marketing approach to investigate the market for sport psychology positions in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) institutions. Athletic administrators’ (AA) preferences for various sport psychology positions were compared based on time commitment, affiliation, payment, services, and clients. Results indicated that AAs were most attracted to positions that included (a) part-time commitment, (b) athletic department employment, (c) payment via annual salary, (d) both performance and mental health related services, and (d) work with athletes, teams, and athletics staff members. Over two thirds of the 478 AAs sampled were interested in hiring a sport psychology professional to fill that position. It was concluded that the field of sport psychology collaborate across disciplines and emphasize multiple options for meeting the perceived needs of NCAA athletic departments.

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Ahmed Al-Emadi, Nicholas D. Theodorakis, Donna Pastore, Abdellatif Sellami and Abdulaye Diop

indicated salary and location, fit within the program, and quality of faculty were important. A second framework, theory of planned behavior ( Ajzen, 1991 ), has been utilized in studies across different cultures. The theory of planned behavior predicts “one’s intention to engage in an explicit behavior

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Sebastian Altfeld, Paul Schaffran, Jens Kleinert and Michael Kellmann

subjective evaluations are also influenced by external factors such as working environment and salary. In addition to the assessment of these external factors, the evaluation of existing resources depends on an individual’s situation ( Kaluza, 2014 ). For example some coaches might experience their own child

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Teun van Erp, Dajo Sanders and Jos J. de Koning

regulations on salaries for Pro Continental and World Tour male cyclists. For male cyclists at that level, it is obligatory to receive a certain minimum salary, whereas in contrast, for females at that level, this is not (yet) the case. As a result, some professional female cyclists may be working part

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Phillip Ward

, but it might include competition with other degrees and thus careers, concerns about the stability of the profession, and concerns about salaries ( Aragon, 2016 ; Banville & Rikard, 2009 ; Sutcher et al., 2016 ). Figure 2 —Enrollment in teacher preparation programs: 2008–2009 through 2013

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Blake D. McLean, Donald Strack, Jennifer Russell and Aaron J. Coutts

performance. Acknowledgments No funding has been received for the preparation of this manuscript, and the authors declare no potential conflicts of interest. References 1. Entertainment and Sports Programming Network . NBA Player Salaries—2017–2018 . 2018 . http://www.espn.com/nba/salaries . Accessed

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Zachary McCarver, Shelby Anderson, Justine Vosloo and Sebastian Harenberg

Opportunity Commission [ EEOC], 2016 ). In SEP, there have been previous accounts of gender and racial discrimination. For example, Roper, Fisher, and Wrisberg ( 2005 ) documented that unfair hiring practices, salary discrepancies, “glass ceilings,” and work–life-balance concerns may be barriers for female

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Bradley Fawver, Garrett F. Beatty, John T. Roman and Kevin Kurtz

recreation (21%); colleges, universities, and other professional schools (19%); and self-employment (10%). The median pretax salary of all coaches in the United States was $32,270 in 2017 ( U.S. Department of Labor—Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2017 ), which is significantly lower than the median income ($59

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K. Andrew R. Richards and Thomas J. Templin

ease of entry and overall monetary and personal compensation (e.g., salary, benefits, working conditions, career satisfaction). Generally, evidence suggests that teaching has been viewed as an attractive career for White females ( Guarino et al., 2006 ), although minority student recruitment has