Fitness Floor Staff Salary and Compensation Guide
Fitness floor staff positions are typically entry-level; responsibilities include monitoring equipment, supplies and people in the facility.
Among the facilities represented in the 2010 IDEA Fitness Industry Compensation Trends Report, 28% employ fitness floor staff. Most are employees (97%) who are paid by the hour (98%). They average 19.5 work hours per week, earning an average of $11.75 per hour. From 2006 to 2008, their hourly rate increased by just $0.25; from 2008 to 2010, there was a more significant increase of $1.50 per hour.
Benefits for this position have held more or less steady (41% in 2010, 43% in 2008), while availability of cash incentives (17% in 2010, 11% in 2008) and education funds (35% in 2010, 30% in 2008) has slightly increased.
Fitness floor staff monitors equipment, supplies and people in the fitness center.
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