National Football League

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I would stay focused and follow the rules and bring any new ideas I may have on improvement to the Leagues attention.

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The hours are normal except when the events come around. Then you will be working nights and weekends and essentially for free and with no incentive except to go to the event by working it. But selling your Super Bowl tickets makes it worth it.

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Pretty lousy environment. When they moved from 280 Park they sold us employees on an open seating plan at the new office. It was supposed to be cool like Facebook and Yahoo. Yeah right the only thing they took from that culture was the open seating they didn’t realize that Google and Ebay created a cool working culture by focusing on their employees. At the NFL people barely know who anybody is. You see the NFL doesn’t need the best and the brightest as a matter of fact your useless to them no matter what. They don’t need anybody with creativity who cares people are lined up around the block to throw money at them. But they do need a new PR strategy to get back some of the fans they lost last year...

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Getting together with some of my fellow disgruntled employees every year to sell our Super Bowl tickets. You had to really be careful about it but really there wasn’t any other choice. They basically forced you into it by the way they treated you.

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Great job and builds personality and determination

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8 to 10 hours

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Not to often

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After the last game in college, you take part in some sort of combine training. After training its time to showcase your talent in some sort of all star game. Then you take these test set up by the NFL that determines if you are capable to play in the NFL. Hopefully you receive a phone giving you some sort of opportunity to play in the NFL.

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I feel that the NFL is actually doing better with the fact of injury and how to make keep the players from getting hurt. As days go by the athletes get bigger, faster, and stronger so the game gets faster. Helping with the scientific and the biomechanicas of how injuries may occur.

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