ImproveMe report highlights notable competencies and weaknesses of athletes seeking to prepare for life after sport
While athlete preparedness for the inevitable transition to life after sport has been a widely discussed issue in recent years, today’s COVID-19 affected job market and economic climate has brought it once again to the fore.
A report from ImproveMe reveals new data on the sought after skills that athletes possess, how they vary from the general population and how athletes can seek to develop their skills in order to increase their chances in the mainstream job market in future.
ImproveMe: Athlete Insights is published at a time when headcount reductions continue to impact many Australian sporting codes and the likelihood of “falling into a job” after a professional sporting career has all but disappeared for current athletes, meaning thoughtful and thorough career preparation is essential.
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This morning ImproveMe co-founder Brent Lehmann chatted with ‘Troy for Breakfast’ host Troy Stockden on Triple M Great Southern in WA. Listen to their conversation about how ImproveMe has partnered with Torrens University to help people during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond: