a 100,000 a day
the pay is really low, and its a competitive gig to get as well.
A number of math problems could arise for a sports statistician. They are responsible for figuring things out such as annual stats for players, and teams, and if one thing is added up wrong, then the stats would not be correct.
hmmm.. like 5 years of eduction and phD
There is no formal education that's required. You will need to have a lot of nerve and tenacity to get any people to represent, then to get them lucrative contracts, from sports teams.
i think it would be sports and colledge.
A degree in Mass Communications would be most suitable.
Sports are games primarily played by children although adults play them for money as well. Sports are not required in schools but physical education class or Gym class is a required class, which in reality is really just kids playing sports and not learning. The fact that the media portrays sports as being so important plants the idea for schools to spend millions of dollars on football fields and gyms instead of normal education. American society sees this as alright although many overseas European cultures don't have required sports and focus more on education. In part explaining why education in the United States has fallen behind other countries.
there is no education required
The American Statistician was created in 1947.