Sports analysts and managers are in demand for their knowledge, skills, and perspectives.
Some people are just better at it than others.
Some have mastered it.
But some people don’t.
And that’s where a new survey by the Sports Analytics Association, or SAA, comes in.
The SAA is a non-profit organization that works to promote sport analytics across the world.
The survey found that managers are the top-ranked group of sports analysts and their experience and knowledge of the game are the most valuable.
A survey of 5,000 managers from around the world found that sports analysts are the best-paid, but that managers with a college degree have a higher value than those who are college graduates, with an average salary of $84,000.
The median compensation for sports analysts is $84.7 million, according to SAA.
Sports analytics and sports analytics are often considered as the key to the success of the sports industry.
The research by the SAA also found that those with degrees in sports management are also among the top managers.
Sports managers with college degrees earn $91,000 more than those with only a high school diploma.
SAA president and CEO Steve Womack told The Associated Press that the survey was “an indication of the importance of the role sports analytics can play in the growth of the sport.”
It also highlights how difficult it is to achieve good sports analytics across a broad range of sports.
“When you combine sports analytics with the sport of basketball, the result is incredible,” Womacks said.
“I’m not talking about basketball.
I’m talking about professional sports.
That is what we do. “
And the fact that we are able to do this in sports is one of the great things about the sport.
That is what we do.
It’s not a question of if you do it, it’s a question how.”
SAA CEO Steve Kocher said the survey “shows just how important it is that we do it.”
The SSA survey was conducted by SAA for The Associated News and The Associated Book Review.
AP Sports Writer Eric Tucker contributed to this report.