Yes, I know this topic has been discussed in depth already, and yes, I did use the search option and read up on the results, but my situation is somewhat specific. I'm a sophomore in college, and a film major. And I know that when I get out of college, I am definitely going to get into independent filmmaking. But, that's not something you can make a living off of. In fact, it drains money as opposed to being a source of income. So, I need some way to make a living. But I'm not just looking to personal training with naive unforesightedness and without any prior motivation. I am and have been for a long time very interested in the field of fitness. In fact, I would probably get a masters, if not a PhD in Exercise Physiology if it weren't for my stronger passion for film. Right now, there is a Fitness minor offered at my school for which I'm about to start taking classes. If I were to go into personal training, I wouldn't be looking to get rich, just as a way to make a living. There is the idea that you don't really need a degree for filmmaking, whereas for personal training, it would be a good idea. But I've already taken a year and a half of film classes, and it would be too late to start anything other than a minor degree in another field (unless I was willing to stay in college for more than four years), and anyway, I don't know if I'd be willing to put that much time and money into a career field that probably wouldn't even be my main focus. Also, I'm afraid that if I got that involved in the personal training, I wouldn't have the time for filmmaking, which I definitely don't want. Anyway, my question is: Do you think I would be able to make a living being a personal trainer with a minor in fitness, while being able to be in independent filmmaking? Thank you in advance for any response.