Q: What percentage of pro athletes have degrees?

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You can use a protractor to find out. * * * * * Multiply the percentage by 3.6 [100% = 360 degrees so n% = n*360/100 = n*3.6 degrees].

Figure out the percentage that 90 degrees is of a whole circle, which is 360 degrees. 90 / 360 = 0.25, or 25%. 25% of 600 is 150 people who went abroad.

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1 out of every 250 college athletes 'Go Pro' according to the NCAA and NAIA stats, so in a given year where on average there are 400,000 student athletes, there are potentially 16,000 of them that would go pro over the next four years. If for estimate sake, we say 25% of those will be the senior graduating class, then about 4,000 athletes each year go professional. Not sure of the latest stats on US population, but as of the latest info I could get my hands on, there are appx. 300,000,000 people in the US today, and the average tenure of a pro athlete is only 3-5 years depending on the sport. (some longer/shorter) So the percentage of actual current pro athletes to US population would be somewhere in the ballpark of 12-15k (est) pro athletes in the US and so you would be looking at something like .00005%

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Including all professional sports from around the world, 2,734 athletes went pro in 2009.

Pro Athletes Outreach is an organization of people from the world of business and sports that train professional athletes in the world of religion. Click on the 'Pro Athletes Outreach' link on this page to go to their website.

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