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Sports Marketer

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nathan quirk

on 2 April 2014

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The billboards at your local stadium, the sponsored tournament you watch on TV, and the commercials with athletes promoting your favorite fast-food chain are all products of the thinking and hard work of sports marketing professionals. Although the hours can be long and the environment competitive, sports marketing offers many rewards. Generous salaries, challenging work, and excellent perks such as free tickets to sporting events and the chance to meet pro athletes are only a few of the reasons sports marketing is a popular career aspiration.
Sports Marketer
Marketing managers: $60.67 per hour, $126,000 annually

Sales managers: $56.18 per hour, $116,000 annually

Marketing research analysts and marketing specialists: $32.27 per hour, $67,000 annually
Work environment
Most sports marketers work in comfortable offices.
Extensive travel schedules are common also Professionals in this field work long hours and endure lots of stress.
Employment in the field is expected to grow. They do expect that jobs for marketing specialists will grow 29% between 2010 and 2020, much faster than the national average for all occupations. Jobs for marketing managers are expected to grow 14%, while jobs for sales managers are forecast to rise 12%.
A master's of business administration with a focus in sports marketing; some jobs require only a bachelor's degree in sports management or business administration
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