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A career in sport is a challenging and enriching experience. It offers diverse opportunities for growth and development.
Depending on the sport, one can serve as a player, coach, referee or administrator. Sportspersons need to be physically fit and healthy. They have to adhere to a strict training regime, diet plan and fitness regime. In addition to this they also need mental toughness which enables them to focus on the game even when they are way behind or when there is no possibility of catching up with their opponents.
A sportsperson is employed in the sporting industry to make sure that their athletes are fit and healthy. They ensure that the athletes are given a healthy lifestyle and appropriate training for their sport.
A sportsperson is primarily responsible for managing the careers of individual athletes, as well as the team or club they represent. They also have to be able to help with other related activities such as public relations and marketing, finance, and administration.
A sportsperson can either be an employee or an independent contractor of a sports organization. The pay scale can vary depending on the type of work they do, but it's usually between $15-25/hour depending on experience.
A sportsperson is a person who is employed to participate in a sport. They are usually paid by the hour and their job responsibilities vary depending on the country.
In India, a sportsperson must be eligible to play or practice in the country and must have obtained an Indian citizenship. They are also required to be registered with Sports Authority of India (SAI) or National Sports Federations (NSFs).
A sportsperson typically earns more than Rs. 10,000 per month which is equivalent to $156 USD.
A sportsperson is usually a professional who participates in a sport. They may be involved in the administration of the sport, coaching or playing.
A sportsperson's job responsibilities include training, competing in matches, and representing their country. It is not necessary that they are employed by a sporting club to work as a sportsperson.
The scope of a sportsperson's job can vary depending on the type of sport they are playing and their role within it. For example, an athlete may be just one of many players on the field during a game while a coach has more responsibility for training and planning than just competing in matches.
The payscale for most professional sportspeople depends on their skill level and how much money they win through competitions or endorsements from sponsorships etcetera.
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We follow a top to bottom approach. Our career counselors in the face to face counseling session would first discuss whether sports person is a suitable career option for the student/child or not. If the reports shows that child does have the aptitude, personality and interest required for this particular career, then the counselor will guide him/her about the scope, job opportunities for sports person and also help with the entrance exams, colleges, courses, private tutors etc for this career.