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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Are Athletes overpaid? The average NBA player will make $24.7 million in his career that is based on an average salary of $5.2 million. The average MLB player will make $3.39 million per year.The average NFL player will make $1.90 million per year.The average NHL player will make $2.40 million per year. The average sergeon in the U.S makes $348,932. 6.They are the best at what they do5. They start young and finish young4. It could all end in a split second3. It's a show business baby!2. This is not public money we're talking about1.They earn it, they really do We can't get mad at the athletes for being overpaid. they don't write there own checks the GM's and owners of their teams do. Technically we pay the athletes because we pay the GM's and owners. When you as a fan buy food, tickets, parking, and buy jerseys. That is how they athlete's get paid. Obstetricians and Gynecologists Internists, General Orthodontists Surgeons Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Radiologists Pathologists Neurologists Allergists and Immunologists Athletes The question you have to ask is out of all these professions which is the most important and which takes the most skill. Athletes careers are so short, so the money they do make it is important to make as much as you can for as long as you can. Average career lengthNBA= 4.8 YEARSMLB= 5.6 YEARSNHL= 5.5 YEARSNFL= 3.5 YEARSMLS= 3.2 YEARS Are athletes worth more then people who save lives?
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