Choosing the Right School for Sports Careers

If you are interested in pursuing a sports career, you are in luck because more and more colleges and universities are teaching sports specific classes and majors suited for the sports industry. But success is not necessarily tied to where you go to school, as WorkinSports.com Director of Content Brian Clapp explains in this short […]

How Applicant Tracking Systems Have Improved and Why That Is a Good Thing

Applicant Tracking Systems are the bane of many existences, filtering out viable candidates based on keywords rather than expertise – but they are getting better and that is a very good thing: How applicant tracking systems have improved Video Transcript for “How Applicant Tracking Systems Have Improved and Why That is a Good Thing” Brian […]

How to Leverage the Pressure on Hiring Managers to Your Advantage

It’s hard being a job seeker, but it’s not easy being the person on the other side of the interview in charge of picking the right person either. Hiring managers are a bit paranoid, knowing if they hire the wrong person it can affect the entire business. You can use that pressure to your advantage, […]

How to Stand out for a Sports Marketing Career

Careers in sports marketing are some of the most sought after opportunities on WorkinSports.com, so how can you make yourself stand out from the competition? One way is to understand what employers really want, our Director of Content Brian Clapp has some insider knowledge that can really assist you! WIS Sports Marketing.MTS Video Transcript for […]

Video: Why Mark Cuban is Wrong About a Sports Management Degree

When Mark Cuban speaks, people listen. Recently the Dallas Mavericks owner and co-host of Shark Tank, spoke negatively about getting a sports management degree. We listened, we thought about it, and we disagree with the majority of his premise. Watch this short video to see how we arrived at our conclusion: WIS Mark Cuban.MTS Video […]

Video: Is the Sports Media Biased, or is it Something Else?

The question of bias comes up often in regards to the sports media – but is it an agenda that leads the sports media to East Coast cities and teams or is something else at work here? WorkinSports.com Director of Content Brian Clapp investigates in this short video: east coast bias.wmv Video Transcript for “Is […]

Video: Why Sports Jobs? It’s Simple…

We all search for inspiration, something to act as a beacon in our lives imploring us to follow or come closer. For over 15 years, working in the sports industry┬áhas provided me excitement, passion, pride and fulfillment. This video is my attempt to pay forward all that working in the sports industry has given me. […]

Video: A Developing Trend in Sports Jobs

To stay on top of the sports job market we are constantly talking with hiring managers, professors, career centers and more to ensure we are ahead of the ever-changing landscape. After speaking with many influential sports hiring managers, our Director of Content, Brian Clapp, put together this short video to explain an emerging trend in […]

Video: Has the Growth of Sports Broadcasting Jobs Negatively Impacted Sports Journalism?

In the last few years the growth of sports broadcasting jobs is undeniable, new networks launching and online powerhouses creating new types of content has led to a real uptick in job availability. But according to WorkinSports.com Director of Content Brian Clapp, there is a downside to all this new growth. Listen to this short […]

Video: The Work Environment for Jobs in Sports

It’s one of the most common questions for anyone who has a job in sports… what is it really like? There is no denying how great it is, but at the same time there is incredible pressure and urgency, so the image some people have of watching sports all day with your feet up, is […]

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