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Sports Agent Benefits

Money

    Sports agents often don't make much money when they start off as they are at a large company with a number of agents sharing clients and are usually at the bottom, making the smallest percentage of profits from their clients. However, as they move up in the company and have larger and larger athletes who become their clients, many sports agents can make upwards of $1 million a year, as they receive a percentage of the contracts their athlete clients sign as well as the endorsement deals their very famous athlete clients sign. This can be an incredibly lucrative profession.

Fame

    By working with famous athletes as closely as most sports agents do, a certain amount of fame is also associated with this profession. Sports agents often have to answer questions about athlete's contracts and personal lives to sports networks or radio shows, making them the mouthpiece for these athletes and giving the agents a certain amount of fame themselves. This fame can be helpful to their own careers, as it gives them a higher profile and encourages other up-and-coming athletes to sign them as their agent.

Sporting Event Access

    By working in the sporting industry, like most other industries, sports agents receive preferential treatment when trying to get access to tickets for sporting events, including the Super Bowl and various other major championship games. This allows agents to really observe and study sports, as well as enjoy themselves in the sporting world, as it is a place many people strive to be a part of as much as possible. This access can also be leveraged in business, by taking prospective clients or people they are looking to do deals with to these sporting events and get them seats that no one else can.

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About the Author

Hailing from Austin, Texas, Daniel Westlake has written under pen names for a myriad of publications all over the nation, ranging from national magazines to local papers. He now lives in Los Angeles, Calif. but regularly travels around the country and abroad, exploring and experiencing everything he can.

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