My name is Daniel and I am a highschool student interested in business and sports. Because of this, I was wondering what kinda careers are in the field of "sports management". I'm not talking about stuff like becoming a GM (general manager) of the Yankees or anything, just what kind of management jobs are there for big sports franchises, how difficult they are to get into, and what education is needed. Also, if you have any good information about sports marketing jobs for big franchises as well, I would love to hear them.
For my future I have considered becoming a sports agent, but that business is just too corrupt for my liking. So I figured I would go into sports marketing, finding endorsers, creating deals and contracts, creating the advertisements for those edorsements. What job would that be?
I will receive my bachelors in sport management from Ohio University with a minor in business and am looking to find a job in a sport marketing firm primarily in Chicago or a large city. I am interested in working in marketing or sponsorship and want to focus more on business rather than sports if that makes any sense. I am looking to work in the highest paid part of the sports industry but am not quite sure if sports marketing is it. Also, if any one knows any great sport marketing firms please list. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
As I'm approaching college, I finally decided that I really want to be a sports agent. However, the two schools offer different majors, one with sports management and the other with sports marketing. I was wondering if there was much difference between the two?
I am currently a freshman at Purdue University and am at the moment still undecided at what I want to major in. Sports is a true passion of mine and if would be able to land a job in that field it would be a dream come true. I have also recently been thinking of majoring in marketing, sales, or something business-like. From a realistic standpoint, what would you think my chances are in landing a sports marketing, business, or any kind of sports-related job are? Would the fact that I'm graduating from a prestiious university improve my chances? Thanks!
I'm going to school now with dreams of Sports Marketing for the local Texans or Astros. I'm double majoring in marketing and Management with a minor in Mass communications. However I heard that women don't do as well as men in Sports Marketing just because it is "sports". Is this true? Or is it about equal between the two?
I am trying to figure out what I want to be when I grow up. I am considering being a lawyer which makes good money and I think I would make a good one but I find it quite boring. On the other hand, I wouldn't mind going into a job related to sports marketing and business and I think I would enjoy this greatly but the salary is not great. Is it better to have a job that you love that makes little money or have a job you don't like very much that makes a lot of money? Thanks!
Looking to get a Bachlores Degree in Sports Marketing. What type of work are my options when I eventually receive my degree. Thanks!
I am going to school for marketing and i am wondering which department of marketing i should go in. such as fashion marketing, sports marketing etc etc. Which on would be the best paid. I want to enjoy my job and love going to work everyday!
I plan on getting a Business-Marketing Major with a Sports Marketing Minor. What positions (hopefully sports related) can I get in organizations? Also what am I looking at salary wise and working conditions.
I'm a high school student in the 10th Grade in Canada and I want to pursue a job in sports management. Preferably for a hockey team in the NHL. I know there are a lot of different business and kinesiology courses related to sports management, and there have been people who got degrees in sports marketing who have that profession as well. What is the best way to get into sports management?
I just graduated from a university and i cannot find any work in the field which i studied which is public relations and sports marketing. I have tried all the job search websites and still have no luck any help would be great I am located in Ca San Gabriel Valley
I am doing a project comparing two careers and I picked sports marketing and sports management. While I am researching these two careers I am getting mixed information. One website tells me that it is a combined career while the another one says something completely different. Please help!
I have a degree in business administration and I am unable to get a job. I currently work as a records clerk but I want to get into business or even sports marketing or management. What kind of job could I get with a degree in business administration. Please help me because I need a job soon, my wife is pregnant and she just got layed off. I only make $12/ hour and I have to support my family of four with $12/ hour. Please help if you can or give me sound advice.
Also, what are some other sports and fashion jobs? I am not looking for a sport job that is an athlete.
I recently applied for a Sports & Entertainment marketing representative position and I have no idea what exactly they do. Someone please help me out here and get me a little bit informed. They have been emailing and calling me for a week now and really want me to get an interview with me. So I just need a little heads up before I do anything else with this "opportunity".
I'm an incoming freshman at a division I college and I really want to manage the varsity basketball team because I am a sports marketing major and sports management minor, any specific tips of what to say in my letter to the coach/athletic director to let him know I'm serious about getting the job?
I am applying for jobs and I do not know how to write an attractive cover letter.Could someone please help me? I am looking for a job in the field of business administration and also sports marketing and management. How would I write my cover letter?
For my sports marketing class we have to make a commercial that could be aired during the super bowl. The commercial has to be about a company, service, or product that already exists.
I graduated with a BA in marketing.