Sports Jobs Q&A – Starting a Career in Research and Analytics

We’ve made it a priority to respond to each and every one of your questions about sports careers – whether it’s through our LinkedIn group, comments on the blog, emails into our customer support, Twitter…any way you send, we’ll receive and respond. We spend so much time responding to individuals that we thought, why not […]

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 can mimic the adrenaline of the front lines, but what would, right? This is an important subject. The men and women that support our country through their service, deserve […]

Sports Jobs Q & A: What to Expect on a Sports Job Interview

My first job interview after college came completely out of the blue. I had sent out countless resumes, and since I was supremely confident a new job was right around the corner I remained living in my college rental house (or dump as I remember it)…why move home if I was about to move on? […]

Sports Jobs Q&A – What to do When There Isn’t Time to Intern

Sports internships are one of the most enjoyable things for me to write about, primarily because I  believe they are the foundation for every successful sports career. In this weeks Sports Job Q&A we have a question from Taishanna who is having trouble finding time to intern and is looking for alternative suggestions, and another […]

Sports Jobs Q&A : Working in Media Relations

While in college I had a three pronged debate going on in my head. I knew I wanted to work in sports, primarily because I believe you are only good at things you are passionate about, but I wasn’t clear on what I would actually do in the industry. The way I saw it, my […]

Sports Jobs Q&A: How To Use LinkedIn to Help Your Sports Career

As some of our regular readers have pointed out, I’ve had a bit of a tone to my writing and career advice columns lately. I have to admit it’s been intentional. My true personality is more supportive, patient and understanding – but sometimes that gets old and people turn a deaf ear to you. As […]

Sports Jobs Q&A – Should You Add Personality to Your Professional Profile?

Yet another video version of our Sports Jobs Q&A column where you submit the question and we give you our expert opinion. This weeks question comes from Anna in Alpharetta, Georgia who wants to know if she should add some personality and creativity to her resume, cover letter and LinkedIn profile…here’s our take: WIS qa […]

Sports Jobs Q&A: What Type of Sports Internships Should I Pursue?

Our weekly Sports Jobs Q&A column has gone VIDEO! We thought it would be fun to mix things up a little, a least for this week. If you have a question you’d like us to conquer please add it to the comments below. WIS types of internships.MTS Video Transcript: “Sports Jobs Q&A: What Type of […]

Sports Jobs Q&A: Does Being a Student-Athlete Help my Sports Career?

I just watched an interview with a career coach on the Today show (this is the point where you call me a dork) and she spent her entire segment trying to convince the audience how harmful it is to take the Summer off from a job search. I’ll admit, I’ve fallen into some lazy patterns […]

Sports Jobs Q&A: Creating a Sports Career Game Plan

As High School graduates prepare for their entry into College, a big part of that personal development is figuring out what the heck to do with the rest of their life.  It’s a tough question for most of us, one that deserves deep thought, robust discussion and a serious game plan.  As a personal example, […]

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