Again and again you are reading your cover letter, reviewing your CV and checking if the size of the PDF really is less than 3MB. Then you choose a subject, click on send and….breathe. The hardest part of the application is done – but after four weeks of waiting nervously and checking your inbox hourly you still haven’t got an answer. So, what next?
Today we are going to have a look at sport in a more scientific way. Based on two publications of the European Commission about sport as a driver of innovation and economic growth, we are trying to show you that sport is more than just a great leisure time activity.
Yeah – after endless nerve-racking days of waiting, hoping and doubting you finally get the most important call of your life so far: You just landed your dream sport job! Well, now you can just lean back, be happy and relax. But unfortunately the hard part isn’t over – you still need to survive the first sport job day, which can be seriously tricky, since there never is a second chance for a first impression.
Well, there it is – after long weeks of writing applications, sport job interviews and rejections you finally got the first confirmation that you got the sport job. Yay, what a great feeling! But wait a second; is it really the best choice? Shouldn’t you wait for other companies to reply or even contact more employers before signing the contract?
During the search for the perfect sport job you scanned plenty of job boards, but you couldn’t find any sport job ads matching your education and experience? This is hardly surprising, since often companies are asking for impossibilities in sport job ads. Today’s sport job blog deals with the causes for this and explains how to decode sport job ads:
You are longing to establish yourself in the sport industry, but still don’t know in which area you want to land a sport job? Then a sport job internship is the perfect choice. Through that you will get to know the branch, socialize a lot and maybe will be offered a sport job – a lot of sport industry careers have started with internships. But often internships are preceded by their bad reputation, that is why today we are discussing the 3 most common clichés:
Sport job in Marketing, Online Marketing or PR sought after? Sportyjob provides sport jobs in all areas of Corporate Communications!
Heads up communication experts – a lot of the companies that offer their sport jobs on Sportyjob are looking for new staff for exciting sport jobs in Marketing, PR and Online-Marketing. Today we are presenting the better part of these sport job offers to you: