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30+ days ago

Basketball Operations Intern - Video - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportun

Philadelphia 76ers Philadelphia, PA

The Philadelphia 76ers are looking to add a talented new member to the team. This person will work intimately with the coaching staff and front… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Player Development Staff - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

Philadelphia 76ers Philadelphia, PA

The Philadelphia 76ers are looking to add a talented new member to the team. This person will work intimately with the coaching staff and front… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Video Coordinator - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

Philadelphia 76ers Philadelphia, PA

The Philadelphia 76ers are looking to add a talented new member to the team. This person will work intimately with the coaching staff and front… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Basketball Operations Intern - Player Development - Entertainment and Media Indu

Philadelphia 76ers Philadelphia, PA

The Philadelphia 76ers are looking to add a talented new member to the team. This person will work intimately with the coaching staff and front… VelvetJobs.com


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    Largest Sales Department in Sports

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate  in  Philadelphia, PA
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Philadelphia, PA

    I worked at Philadelphia 76ers full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Fun atmosphere and always busy. Never boring if you love what you're doing. Good sales training

    Cons

    Extremely low pay (base of $16,500 annually) with very little commission. A lot of office politics and unfair advantages given. A few sneaky sales people that managers knew about but didn't correct. Went from having 10 sales associates to having 30 to now having 50. Most fresh out of college desperate to work in sports and most didn't last more than a couple months. They say there is room for growth but that's only in the event the team gets good and they are selling or if someone above quits. Very small desks to work at, not even a cubicle.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Don't treat it as a sweat shop. Don't promise growth if you know it isn't there. A few great sales people are better than a ton of bad ones.

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