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Eighty-two percent of kinesiologists worked in U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers in 2014, according to a survey of its members by the American Kinesiotherapy Association. Other kinesiologists work in public and private hospitals, sports medicine facilities, and rehabilitation facilities. Learning disability centers, grammar schools and high schools, colleges and universities, and health clubs also employ kinesiologists. Other kinesiologists work in private practice or as exercise consultants. Kinesiologists can also find employment with sports teams, or they may write for or edit sports, rehabilitative, and other medical journals. Many kinesiologists also teach in the field or do research.

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