Fifty Coolest Jobs in Sports

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Macmillan, 1997 - Business & Economics - 297 pages
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An insider's guide to all the most exciting jobs in pro sports -- both on and off the field

For everyone who dreams of an exciting career in the world of sports, here's a book that's got all the bases covered! This brand-new career guide offers detailed descriptions of 50 of the most glamorous jobs in the sports world -- both on the field and behind the scenes. Contents include:
-- What it's really like to work in pro sports -- and what opportunities are open to jobhunters
-- Profiles of the coolest sports careers: coach, sports agent, video coordinator, ticket operations manager, scoreboard operator, sports marketing manager, sportswriter, athletic trainer, sports psychologist, and many more
-- Stories and quotes from leading figures in today's sports world

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About the author (1997)

David Fischer has written numerous books on sports for adults and young readers, including Greatest Sports Rivalries, The 50 Coolest Jobs in Sports, and Do Curve Balls Really Curve? He has written for the New York Times and Sports Illustrated for Kids, and has worked for Sports Illustrated, NBC Sports, and the National Sports Daily. He was presented a Distinguished Achievement Award for Excellence in Educational Publishing in 1998. David lives in River Vale, New Jersey with his wife Carolyn and children Rachel and Jack.

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