Introduction to Casino & Gaming Careers
Tired of the daily grind? Fed up with low wages and dead-end jobs? Ready to change your fortunes with a new career amid the lights and glitter? Then working for a traditional casino or a Native American casino
may be just the thing for you!
Imagine yourself as a high stakes casino blackjack or poker dealer, flipping cards to the rich and famous. Or perhaps you prefer to work behind the scenes as a casino pit clerk, cage cashier, slot technician, or casino surveillance officer. Those are only a few of the hundreds of entry-level casino and gaming related jobs available to you. With new casinos opening every year both in the United States and abroad, the opportunities are nearly endless. Heck, there are even casinos on cruise ships.
Here in the Casinos & Gaming Employment Section of JobMonkey, you’ll find information about casino gaming all across the country, from Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe and Reno to Atlantic City, Native American casinos, online casinos and riverboats paddling up and down the Mississippi. We’ve talked to hiring
managers, casino dealers, casino managers, and hundreds of casino industry insiders to learn what it takes to make it in the casino business, and now we’re passing that information along to you for free!
Within this Casinos & Gaming Section, you’ll also find out how to obtain training and proper casino licensing, salary and benefits for employees, tips about travel and relocating, city maps, interviews with casino workers, and much more…
JobMonkey and its casinos staff has thoroughly researched America’s gaming heritage, from its beginnings to its stunning present-day growth. here you will find everything you need to know to strike it rich by working in one of the country’s fastest-growing industries. So step up to the table and let the good times roll!
By the way, make sure you take full advantage of the directory pages as they provide information about casinos throughout the US and world. Visit their webpages where you’ll find tons of casino job listings and other helpful information for your job search.