The National Association of Realtor's (NAR) membership currently sits at 1.2 million, following a downturn during the recession, and many of its new members are millennials. CNBC staffer Diana Olick takes a look at millennials choosing to enter the real estate profession and what they can expect to make in the field.

This year alone the percentage of NAR realtors under 30 rose to 5% from 2% last year, but these new members stand to make money...over time:

As with most professions, the more experience you have, the more money you make. The median gross income of Realtors fell last year, from $45,800 in 2014 to $39,200 in 2015; this is likely due to the age and experience shift. Real estate agents with 16 years or more of experience reported a median gross income of $73,400, up from $68,800 in 2014...

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