6 Sports Jobs To Put You In The Big Leagues, Even If You Can't Hit The Ball

Sports Jobs when you can't hit the ballBy Dawn Papandrea

It's March Madness, and if your one shining moment during Saturday's Final Four is a phone call to the local pizzeria, it might be time to give up the dream of being a professional athlete. But that doesn't mean you can't make a living in the sports world. These off-the-field jobs may not offer the same seven figure salaries of the pros, but they still pay reasonably well and offer lots of opportunities to be close to the action.

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Be prepared for lack of job security in that field. Your job depends on the success and/or failure of the organization that you work for. Even Tiger Woods and Roger Federer had their's off days and your career can be in jepordy if they are side-tracked either by injury, bad publicity, and bad performances. That said, the plus sides of the jobs can be rather rewarding (extensive travel, VIP treatments, and lavish parties with the incrowds). If stability is what you are looking for, this isn't a career for you.

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looking for job in sports management for Shayne WILLIAMS AGE 21 years old graduating for UMASS IN
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