What jobs do surfers have?

Is surfing a career?

It is a job and it will demand the same amount of working hours than any other career. Employments in companies of the boardsports industry, for instance at Quiksilver, Patagonia, Volcom, SurfStitch and many more, mean you breathe, live and love surfing. But on a professional level.

Do surfers have agents?

In many ways, the fact that surfers have agents is not surprising—they are professional athletes, after all—but the agents provide a window into a bigger story about how the surf industry grew so rapidly as to outpace itself: Many companies are still loathe to work with surfers who have agents.

Do surfers make money?

Brand sponsorships and winnings can earn pro surfers at least a million dollars or more each year. It is estimated that surfers on world tours make between $250,000 to $400,000 a year. … Sometimes, sponsors provide equipment, but most of the time, pro surfers foot their own bills.

Do surfers live longer?

The study observed the data of 29,518 Swedish women over the course of 20 years. Those who were regular sunbathers tended to live longer than those who were not. They had lower incidences of heart disease and non-heart disease/ non-cancer related deaths.

Can you make a career out of surfing?

Surfing can often get in the way of a good career. Or, more to the point, a good career can often get in the way of surfing. Here are six occupations that can ensure a good paycheck and plenty of time in the water.

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How much is the salary of surfer in Philippines?

₱625,921 (PHP)/yr.

How do you become a pro surfer?

How to Become a Professional Surfer

  1. Find a sponsor. If you have been surfing for a long time, it is likely that the cost you have paid to surf has been quite high. …
  2. Get a part-time job. …
  3. Have hobbies besides surfing. …
  4. Be ready for hardships.