Major League Soccer
3.7 of 5 13 reviews
www.mlsnet.com New York, NY 50 to 149 Employees
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Major League Soccer brings the world's most popular sport to the shores of the US. Created in 1993, the 18-team league competes from March to October, culminating with the MLS Cup championship. MLS oversees rules and scheduling, regulates franchise ownership, and negotiates marketing and broadcasting partnerships. Many of the games are broadcast on ABC and ESPN (both owned by Walt Disney); FOX Soccer Channel (part of News Corporation's FOX Sports Net) also telecasts some live MLS matches. The league is part of the U.S. Soccer Federation, which oversees the sport in the US... More

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Employees are “Satisfied”   13 ratings

3.7

83% Approve of the CEO   6 ratings

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Mark Abbott

President

Great experience working in the league office

 Former in New York, NY

Pros: Really get to see the inner workings and what it takes to run a sports league. Opportunity to go to premiere events including MLS Cup, SuperDraft, All-Star festivities, as well as free tickets to any MLS game. The perks make up for the low pay and… Full Review

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$1,120/mo
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$54,750
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Account Executive

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$48,214
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in New York, NY Apr 2013 Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Interview Details – I submitted my resume online for the internship and later was contacted by a human resources person to set up an interview. Setting up the interview was the most difficult part of the entire process because the HR person wasn't always certain of the department's schedule nor did they respond…Full Interview

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