Welcome to our Sports Career blog, THE GREATEST JOB IN THE WORLD (formerly known as Mark Tudi's Sports Blog). Replete with Career Coaching & Mentoring, Resume & Job Search Tips, and Sports Industry Insights, our Blog is designed to provide you with Advice on How to Find, Land, & Keep THE GREATEST JOB IN THE WORLD.

Have you ever applied for a Sports Job and never even hear back from the employer? This is an all too common scenario which thousands of sports enthusiasts face when trying to break into the sports industry. Simply submitting an application and resume blindly leaves you with very little hope of getting considered for the job, or getting constructive feedback.

The experts at SPORTSEARCH can help you prepare yourself to take the next step in your career in sports. We aim to provide our readers with a wealth of experience and know-how that helps them build better resumes, improve their interviewing skills, make solid industry connections, and ultimately stand out from the crowd. We accomplish this by helping you answer the following questions:

What are employers in the sporting industry look for in the right candidate? How do I gain experience in sports? What types of jobs are available in sports? Does my resume help me stand out? What path do I need to pursue to work towards a specific career in sports?

So, before you apply for another sports job, let SPORTSEARCH help you with real career development and advice aimed at opening doors that otherwise would not be open to you. The Greatest Job in the World Awaits...

Catching the employers eye may¬†be the last thing you want Few things are more stressful than looking for work. Therefore, reducing or eliminating potentially stressful issues is a worthwhile effort. I have heard otherwise competent people blame the lack of a resume on their inability to decide which style to use. In some cases that … Read more

Finding the motivation to launch a job search in sports can be extremely difficult. It isn’t unusual for job seekers to move in as many unrelated directions as possible to avoid resume writing, phone calling and interviewing. Previous bad work experiences can damage your self-confidence, causing a retreat into activities that feel secure. Treating the … Read more

In order to deliver what the employer wants, you must first completely understand every aspect of the employer’s situation: 1. There is a job vacancy to fill. 2. If the job is advertised, there may be a deluge with hundreds of resumes, phone calls and walk-ins. 3. There is a desire to hire the best … Read more


March 19th, 2013

Starting your own sports business can sometimes seem like a circus, with you assuming one of two roles. Perhaps you’re a juggler, preferring the security of keeping three balls going at once: full-time job, your own business and family obligations. Unless you’re a magician, something usually has to give. Or maybe you’re a high-wire dare … Read more

Sometimes all a job search needs is a little fine tuning. Most should have the motivation and the resources. Everyone, on the other hand, should have a defined set of goals. These goals will act not only as a game plan, but also as a way of measuring the success of your search. But how … Read more

Now that you have developed a lead to what appears to be a great career opportunity, what do you plan on doing with that lead? Well, before you seal the envelope containing your resume, I would like to suggest a helpful hint or two. Follow the lead of good sales people. Good sales people don’t … Read more

Whatever your chosen career path, don’t just hunt for a new job. Instead, launch a personal marketing campaign. Use proven techniques that have earned millions of dollars for direct marketing companies around the country. Put them to work for your career’s success! Start with a written marketing plan covering the following points: 1. What are … Read more

Effective verbal communication skills are essential for career success. You may have a positive attitude and excellent technical skills, but if you are unable to do a good job of projecting that energy and confidence to your audience, you will not make a favorable impression. It is not only what you say, but how you … Read more

Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there. Therefore, it is never too early to start working on your sports career objectives. Many college students use their free time for social activities rather than working on their career objectives. It is necessary to position yourself correctly in … Read more


February 1st, 2013

The interview process is where the job hunt game can be won or lost at times. We can’t cover everything about interviewing in one posting so we will start by looking at the process from the employer perspective. Often what goes on behind the scenes in a company is different than you might expect. What … Read more