What is the workplace of a Sports Scout like?
The "office" of a sports scout is the open road. Scouts are tasked with traveling both in and out of their own countries to acquire the best skilled people on earth. A scout can expect to spend hundreds if not thousands of hours on the road and in the air in order to make their represented team the best it can be. Once scouts get to their destination they may have to spend days or even weeks pouring through information, observing individuals practice and play, and talk to coaches and teammates about their skill potential.
When scouts aren't in the field they are in their offices going through data, newspapers and following leads all over the world. Most of a scout's work takes place during the current season of play for the scout's respective field, but even in the off-season scouts are expected to research and keep up with players that could be the next big thing.
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