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There is no comparison, the president makes crap money compared to these athletes now adays.
Because someone is willing to pay them that much.
Because the economy doesn't focus on mlb and how much money they make.
I believe it's cunductive reasoning.
Technicoly but they don't have to be very good players to earn lots of money. it kinda isn't fair.
The athletes are unpaid, minus the prize money they receive for winning medals. Outside of the Olympics the various athletes' professional annual salaries sum to over $9.
Professional athletic competitions are a form of entertainment. The public likes to see really good athletes competing with each other. Therefore, they buy tickets to sporting events, and athletes are paid with part of the money raised by those ticket sales.
a professional athlete has many experience during the time he played and are those athletes that receives payment for their performance or play while the amateur athletes is a person who does not play for money but because of their passion or their hobby.
The Olympics has changed throughout the years by allowing professional athletes to compete. In the past, the Olympics were any for amateur athletes (those who do not receive money for competing in their sport).
That is all a matter of opinion. Professional sports is a multibillion dollar industry and to the team owners, the athletes are worth the money they pay them.
Becoming a professional skateboard rider is a matter of competing in events and winning money. This also can lead to sponsorship, the second way of making money as a professional skateboarder.
Professional sports have been commercialized in order to feed the public's need for everything to be bigger and better. In order to pay for athletes and facilities commercial contracts are needed. Sports are no longer simple; rather they have become complicated money making businesses.
Actor Robin Williams once famously remarked: "A cocaine addiction is God's way of telling you that you are making too much money". In the case of athletes, he could have added:"...and that you have too much free time in which you don't know what to do with yourself". In the case of marijuana, athletes are mostly doing what millions of people their age are doing. Marijuana is also known for making its users unwind mentally, which may be not altogether a bad thing for professional athletes who have to wind themselves up continually in order to be competitive.
Professional athletes play sports for a living. They have achieved top standing in their chosen field through years of training. Professional athletes are people with natural talent, stamina, and competitive drive. They have excellent reflexes and coordination and are well disciplined when it comes to rigorous practice and training. Most professional athletes have risen from the ranks of fine amateur athletes. Amateur athletes play for the joy of competing and winning and occasionally for awards such as Olympic medals. Some play for schools, colleges, or clubs or in tournaments. Unlike amateurs, however, professional athletes earn money for playing sports. They play for profit-making teams- professional football, baseball, basketball, and hockey teams to name several. In individual sports including golf, tennis, and boxing, athletes play in tournaments in which prize money is awarded to the winner. Professional athletes must keep their bodies in excellent condition. Even those players whose sports are seasonal must be concerned about fitness all through the year. Their training intensifies before competitions: the ice hockey or basketball star who plays for twenty or thirty minutes per game may prepare for an entire week by practicing, analyzing strategy, and watching films of the opposing team.
Typically no athletes do not get paid after retirement. Although often retired athlete get endorsements along with broadcasting jobs.
Professional Athletes usually get to chose what they make and they will change teams if they don't think they make enough , but mostly they make about $19.3 million per year.
some famous athletes like Lisa Leslie make around 500,000 a year and plus
Athletes do make to much money and I dont think that they should make this much.but then they do deserve it...
yes,they get money
yeah, when athletes do bad things, it is showing a bad example and how selfish they can be. also when they play horrible and still get guarenteed money and they feel like nothing could be done and they also think they could do what they want and they think that no one could stop them and some of them act like they don't know you because they makeing alot of money and often they try to pertend that they don't need the money but again they really need it badder then you really do some athletes let the money get to there head and look over people and think that they are better then you but its just the money that's makeing them act the way they are acting but some professional athletes give back to there city or build an after school place for the kids after school Its called using a period dude.
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Several reasons; however, the primary is that there are a lot more police officers than professional athletes. If you have more people on the payroll (especially government payroll), you have to pay everyone less in order to account for the money spent. Another reason is that police officers are paid by the government, while athletes are paid by a wealthy private industry.