A sportswriter writes entertaining and informative news on sports and publishes it for readers through various mediums like blogs, websites, newspapers, or magazines. As a sports writer, you will write about sports teams, a particular kind of sport, or a niche within the sporting world. You may work directly with a publishing company or choose to be a freelance sports writer. This work requires a lot of research, which is dependent on the nature and specifics of the job requirements and the current updates of sports events. In most cases, compensation comes per specific writings, and you can also get generous additional benefits from your place of work.
For this job, you need a college degree, additional education or training within journalism, or work experience with a sports organization. You must be embellished with strong writing skills, a great understanding of sports and sports updates, the ability to meet deadlines, and the ability to research thoroughly. You can earn up to $49,000 per year.