Our researchers and writers have experience working in the sports industry as well as formal education in the business of sports and athletics administration.
SportsCareerFinder represents hours of research that includes talking with industry professionals in college and pro sports.
With your free membership you'll be able to explore the different sports career avenues available to you and find out the best ways to get your foot in the door.
It takes hard work and perseverence...plus a job search strategy (that's what we're here for!).
Careers in the sports industry are available and varied. This is no surprise given that sports isn't just an "American" thing -- they're across the globe, be it in large cities or small towns. For this reason, sports jobs offer potential candidates an incredible opportunity to find work close to home or somewhere exciting in new territory. It is very common for people just starting their sports career to finish college and take a sports job the first place they can find one. You might work for a couple of years at a small college, doing sports marketing and promotions, then take a similar job at a larger college hundreds or thousands miles away. A few years later perhaps you'll be an Associate Athletic Director for Marketing and Promotions inside a prominent athletic department.
If you want to get involved with sports as a career then get ready for excitement and some occasional instability. Also, be aware that -- like the athletes on the field or on the court -- people working in sports are also very competitive. They tend to be ready for a challenge and do what it takes to move ahead.
Want to learn more about starting a career in sports? Here is a list of positions detailed on SportsCareerFinder plus some more new information on the horizon:
Just about every sports career option you can think of is covered on SportsCareerFinder.
This is just a summary of the information you'll find inside SportsCareerFinder once you have a membership. As a member you have access to detailed descriptions, which include pay information and educational requirements, access to new sports career sections including interviews with current and past sports industry employees, and ongoing use of our Sports Job Center. It's full of employer profiles and job postings!
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