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Five Obtainable High Paying Sports Jobs

Most people’s primary reason for wanting to get involved in the sports industry is passion (an adjective that Kristi Dosh says is the most overused cover letters and resumes) and of course money. If you want to make a substantial amount of money doing a job you love take a look at the following list of these…

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How To Land Your Dream Job In Sports with Kirk Lacob, Assistant GM – Golden State Warriors

One of the many benefit of being a Sports Executives Association member is the access we provide our members to top sports business professionals who are willing to network and help aspiring sports business professionals take their sports career to the next level! Yesterday, we were joined by Kirk Lacob, Assistant General Manager of the…

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Red Flags in a Sports Job Interview

Where do the athletes come in at? Where’s that entrance? What… I’m drooling? Yes, you want to work in sports.  Yes, you are going to be excited at your job interview. But there are some red flags that will pop depending on how you choose to wave your passion flag about the sports company or team…

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#SportJC Hosts Sports Job Twitter Chat

Twitter chats are a huge way to gain followers, meet fellow users with similar interests and most importantly GET INVOLVED. The guys over at Sport Job Chat do a bi-monthly twitter chat with questions directed towards working in the sports industry. If you’re looking to get involved or meeting business professionals who can help you…

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Interview Preparation for Sports Jobs

The Sports Job Interview: 30-60 minutes to prove yourself! You’ve made it through two of the biggest hurdles already: carefully crafting your cover letter so the hiring manager to took notice and building a rok-solid resume to showcase your relevant experiences. You’ve received that magical phone call to schedule an interview and are so close…

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Sports Job Interview with the President of ESPN Inc. and Co-Chairman of Disney Media Networks – John Skipper (VIDEO)

John Skipper began as President of ESPN on January 1st 2012 with enormous shoes to fill from his predecessor, George Bodenheimer. However, Skipper has been up to the task as ESPN has only continued to grow. Skipper has been with ESPN for 14 years, starting in 1997 as senior vice president and general manager of…

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Why Positioning Yourself as an Expert Can Help You Break Into Sports

If your number one career goal is to land a job in sports, one of the most important things you can do is position yourself as an expert. However, if you’re just starting out, your work experience will be limited. So be careful about labeling yourself as an expert. Expertise takes years. Decades sometimes. A…

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LIVE Webinar with Lewis Howes – How To Land Your Dream Job In Sports

Are you looking for a competitive advantage that will help you land that dream job in the sports industry? If your answer is YES, then make sure to join Sports Networker’s CEO – Lewis Howes to find out how! Date: Wednesday, October 17 Time: 2pm EST (ie. NYC) Cost: FREE! Sign Up Here -> http://bit.ly/Free-Webinar-With-Lewis-Howes During…

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Sports Job Interview with Mark Lamping – President, Jacksonville Jaguars

During this edition of my interview series, I was extremely lucky to be joined by Jacksonville Jaguars’ team president Mark Lamping, who has one of the most impressive resumes I have ever seen. Before Mark took over as president of the Jaguars, he was the CEO of the New Meadowlands Stadium Company, team president of…

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Sports Job Interview with Co-Founder and Senior VP of the Orlando Magic – Pat Williams (VIDEO)

With over 50 years of experience in the Sports Business, Pat Williams has had tremendous success in nearly every area of the industry. He started off playing professional baseball, playing for seven years in the Philadelphia Phillies’ system. Then he became General Manager of the Chicago Bulls at only 29! Since 1968, he has been…

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The Top News In #Sportsbiz – 08.27.12 – 09.03.12

The Top News In #Sportsbiz is a collection of articles curated by Sports Networker’s Lead Writer – Mark Burns Sports Business 50 Years Of Fantasy Football: The Story Of Andrew Mousalimas With his grandson on one side and his son-in-law on the other, 87-year-old Andy Mousalimas chose Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy with the first pick of…

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Sports Job Interview with Sean Flynn, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Event Booking – Miami Marlins

Today was a fantastic inside look into baseball for me, as I was able to interview Sean Flynn, the Senior Vice President of Marketing and Event Booking for the Miami Marlins. Baseball is America’s past-time, and it was incredibly interesting to hear about the inner workings of how a Major League team operates. Sean talks…

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