Athletic Trainers Job Description
One of the key players on any sports team never takes the field -- the athletic trainer. This member of the team keeps players in top shape.
The most important part of the job is helping athletes prevent and recover from sports injuries. Working closely with team doctors, trainers wrap injuries and supervise physical therapy.
Athletic trainers study practice sessions, and provide individualized exercise routines for athletes to improve their performance view more
Coaches and Scouts Job Description
With more leisure time than ever, the fitness craze has created better opportunities for sports instructors and coaches.
The main difference between the two occupations is that instructors demonstrate general skills and rules of a particular sport to an individual or group, while coaches work to prepare an individual or team for competition and continue to give instruction during the competition view more
Gaming and Sports Book Writers and Runners Job Description
In the gaming industry, "bookmaking" has nothing to do with reading or writing. But it has everything to do with arithmetic!
The people who manage race and sports books for casinos don't just register a person's bet on a horse race or a football game. They are ultimately responsible for setting the "odds" that determine how much the winners will receive for each dollar bet.
These days, computers do most of the calculations, so being comfortable with the appropriate hardware and software is essential view more
Umpires, Referees, and Other Sports Officials
Organized athletic events create exciting moments for fans across many sports.
Coaches and umpires, on the other hand, monitor the athletes’ performance. Coaches work with a single team or individual, instructing them in the best ways to compete in their specific sport. The umpires, sometimes known as referees or officials, observe the competition and enforce the rules and decide disputes between competitors view more