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If you know a lot about the science of nutrition and are good at working with people, you might teach nutrition or health to children or adults. You could also become a nutritionist or dietitian.
You can also work on the fitness side of things as a trainer or physical therapist. As well, you can develop or sell nutritional supplements.
If making a difference interests you, you can help those less fortunate than you, whether that involves those across town or across the world.
|Audience Development Associate||New York, NY|
|UI/UX Designer||New York, NY|
|Content marketing for Yoga / Meditation / Retreats site||Illinois|
|MBA Intern, Operations- Academic Credit||New York, NY|
|MBA Intern, Operations||New York, NY|
|MBA Intern, Operations (Paid)||New York, NY|
|AmeriCorps Members, Community HealthCorps Program||New York, NY|
|Physician - Neonatology growth opportunity in sunny, beautiful South Florida! - FL||Jupiter, FL|
|Extra Savvy Business Development and Operations Intern||Brooklyn, NY|
|Performance Marketing/SEM Specialist||Philadelphia, PA|
|Head Coach, Women’s Competitive Gymnastics||East Longmeadow, MA|
|Seasonal Retail Keyholder /Sales Associate||Seattle, WA|
|Purchasing/operations coordinator||Warwick, RI|
|Account Executive/ Inside Sales Representative||Providence, RI|
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