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In my article you will read and discover 3 essential websites that are all free and contain numerous amounts of information about jobs and how to find them within the sports industry. These jobs are in no particular order; they are just from my own personal experience and my token of free advice for sports job seekers. TeamWork Online is an online job board/applicant system that assists in recruiting for sports organizations. It’s quite simple how this website is successful with matching candidates to sports jobs and also assisting with upcoming career fairs in cities that are near you. The website covers a variety of companies and organizations from Comcast to the Atlantic Falcons to Women’s Pro Soccer to Fathead and many more. In addition to this website, if you don’t know what career best fits your skills, you can use their Career Help tab to sample numerous amounts of job descriptions and read about them to help you learn more about what that career retains.
Another essential website is Sports Job Blog which is a new site available to all users that are looking for jobs within sports organizations. The site is completely free and simple to navigate through for anybody. The site is updated each month to keep new and exciting careers open to the public, to view each incoming job click on the recent posts tab. Sports Job Blog has an individual section just for internships not only pertaining to sports but general business, marketing, finance, research and telecommunications as well. Sports Job Blog offers unique job posts that I didn’t find browsing through other sports websites. They offer Minor League Baseball, European Football, Wrestling, U.S. Tennis and Professional Skateboarding. There is also a tab for blogs and blogging to read and share comments about sports. From what I read these blogs are about the skills that you need to help you accomplish securing a job in the sport you want to work in.
Finally, to round off my top 3 sports websites is Sports Links Central. This site is more of a sports industry web directory that aims to provide links to official sites in a variety of sports industry categories. Sports Links Central is precisely sport orientated and comprises sport federations, facilities, media, travel, business, education, entertainment, leagues and teams, goods and apparel, and halls of fame links. This site is overwhelming with information and I found myself becoming diverted easily within minutes. Searching for sports jobs can become quite irritating after the first few job sites and the selection of keywords you use in the search engine but with this site you can find a preponderance of sports websites. Another positive spin about this site is the revealing of which websites have no subscription fee required, because people know free is better in most cases.