Ok so I'm a student currently at FAU in my junior year, and we have a class called intro to excercise health promotion. The teacher often brings in guest speakers to discuss different career paths one can take the the excercise science and health promotion degree (which I am going for). We recently had a guest speaker who worked in medical sales and he was discussing his work life. He said he worked under ADP doing payroll services and then went to school at 28 got his degree in e.s h.p. And started to work in medical sales. He's done it for three years and seen his salary go from 96k in the beginning -120k last year and expecting the same or more this year. My questions to everyone out there reading this is a desperate call in assessing whether or not I should suck it up, stick to my original path and go to PT school graduate with a nice degree and even nicer debt or out of undergrad school get a year or two in sales experience and then begin doing medical sales and make possibly more than I would have as a PT and without taking on the debt/extra schooling. And also have to worry about getting in to PT school (currently a 3.8 GPA but no shadowing hours). Any feed back is greatly appreciated guys I'm really stuck here!