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Enter the Sports Business Laboratory – Your Sports Career Will Thank You

Picture a laboratory and the first thing that comes to mind is a sealed off room with fluorescent lights, expensive equipment and lab coats - lots and lots of lab coats. But in its most general and abstract sense a laboratory can be thought of as a location based incubator, where everything you need to grow and learn is in one geographically convenient spot. In the world of … [Read More...]

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7 Secrets of Applicant Tracking Systems Every Candidate Should ‘Decode’

Nowadays, one key feature that most job applicants overlook while applying for a particular job is the presence of an Applicant Tracking System (ATS). This … [Read More...]

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Sports Jobs Q&A – Transitioning from Military to Sports Career

Recently, we've encountered many questions from military members looking to transition out of the forces and into the sports world. I don't know that sports jobs … [Read More...]

Industry Insight

Coaching Strategies the Best Teams Use to Their Advantage

This article is a guest contribution from freelance writer Rachelle Wilbur The best sports teams consistently achieve success by running their organizations from the top down. Owners hire team presidents, team presidents hire general managers, and … [Read More...]

Sports Jobs Q&A: The Best Way to Start an On-Camera Career

The most visible figures in the sports industry, outside of the athletes themselves, are the anchors and reporters that fill up our screen. We invite them into our home, laugh at their jokes and respect their sports opinion – it’s no wonder so many strive to … [Read More...]

Aspiring Pro Athletes & Academia: Where do Athletes Get Their Smarts?

Pro athletes perform amazing feats of physical valor. They jump, they dive, they salchow, they jib. And on top of training for years to hone their athletic skills, they still have to keep up with the rest of the world. All athletes, especially young ones, … [Read More...]

Working in Sports Journalism as a Woman

Sports journalism has historically been a difficult area for women to enter and to be taken seriously. While there are a handful of established female sports journalists - Jackie MacMullan, Sally Jenkins, Judy Battista and Doris Burke come to mind - there are … [Read More...]

Most Popular Sports Jobs of the Week – 2nd edition

We learned this week that being the most popular doesn’t always make you a winner. Nonetheless, and in the spirit of avoiding a political discussion, we’re still going to share with you the most popular jobs on WorkinSports.com for this week. The popular … [Read More...]

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