The Evolution of the Job Hunt, Presented by

For most of the 19th and early 20th century, job hunting was virtually unheard of. Instead of seeking new careers, most people stayed with the line of work into which they were born, whether that was factory assembly or farming. After World War II, however, white-collar jobs in the U.S. boomed. For the first time, large numbers of people created paper résumés, which they presented in person or mailed to potential employers.

This state of affairs lasted until about the early 1980s, when use of the fax machine skyrocketed. While the speed of applying for jobs greatly picked up, most people still relied on newspaper want ads to discover job openings.

With the advent of the Internet in the 1990s, the employment landscape shifted again. Online job boards (including provided job seekers with instant access to thousands of open positions, and email technology meant they could send their credentials in seconds. Today, online applications are the norm, and many job seekers boast online portfolios, personal websites, and even video résumés to accompany their applications.

About In 1998, provided, for the first time, a single destination for individuals seeking careers in sports. Today, remains the leader in its field, thanks in part to its ongoing database of more than 7,000 jobs.


About jobsinsportscom

With an A+ rating and accreditation from the Better Business Bureau, connects talented job seekers to some of the most desirable roles in the worlds of sports and entertainment. Founded in 1998, was among the first websites specifically created for individuals who are chasing internships, contracts, and full-time positions in the sports industry. The service, indeed, covers all the bases in the field of sports, from front-office opportunities to positions at major broadcast networks and sports agencies. In addition, frequently lists jobs such as positions at equipment manufacturers, local stadiums, and retail outlets, which ensures an even greater breadth of offerings for members. With one of the largest databases of sports positions available online and a widespread reputation for having the most up-to-date listings, holds pride of place among other sports classifieds websites. Typically, lists in excess of 4,000 jobs and 1,000 internships from more than 5,000 employers, a strong testament to the company’s enduring value to job seekers. also offers services such as direct recommendation to prospective employers. In a national study of sports employers, 93 percent of those surveyed noted that they would be "likely" or "far more likely" to hire members of, with an additional 89 percent seeing internally recommended members as “prequalified” for a given position. Additional information on the numerous membership benefits of is available through the company website.
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