A recent sports degree graduate gives a speech to his class

This week’s social media poll was a blow out. We asked our followers if they would be creating new opportunities with their Sports Careers by getting a sports-related degree in 2020. Apparently, our social media followers take their Sports Careers seriously because they replied YES with an overwhelming 71% of the vote.

Facebook post: The New Year is here and personal goals are locked in. With the ever-growing jobs in today's sports industry, we wanted to know if you will be pursuing some Sports Degree? If not a degree, what will you do to build your sports career in 2020? Let us know in the comments section.
Facebook Poll Results: 75% for Yes, 25% for No.
Tweet: The hashtag New Year is here and personal goals are locked in. With the ever-growing jobs in today's hashtag sports industry, we wanted to know if you will be pursuing some Sports Degree? If not a degree, what will you do to build your sports career in 2020? Let us know! hashtag Jobs In Sports
Twitter Poll Results: 66.7% for Yes, 33.3% for No

There are multiple benefits to getting a sports-related degree. Typically, college graduates make more money and report more job security and satisfaction. Choosing the right degree program is much easier none as well. There are a lot of great programs for those searching fo sports-related degrees, such as The University of California Irvine’s Sports Management Program.

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Jobs in Sports will be conducting weekly polls to get your feedback. Have any suggestions on some upcoming polls we should run? Let us know in the comments section.