Casino Floor Jobs
A floorperson supervises game play at various tables, especially looking for evidence of cheating or breaking house rules.
A floorperson also helps coordinate dealer schedules and maintain supplies and equipment. This is a mid-level position with employees reporting to the pit bosses. Most floorpersons come from dealer positions and have a complete understanding of many of the casino games. Even though this position is a promotion from that of dealer, floorpersons often take a cut in pay because they are no longer receiving tips from players. As such, employees can expect to earn about $25,000 to $30,000 a year in this position.