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We have complied information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to help you get a better idea of employment in the Casino field. Below are highlights of the major professions within this industry.
- Job opportunities are available nationwide and are no longer limited to Nevada and New Jersey.
- Most employers prefer applicants who have at least a high school diploma as well as experience in handling money or previous casino employment.
- Workers need a license issued by a regulatory agency, such as a State casino control board or commission; licensure requires a background investigation.
- About 35 percent of child care workers are self-employed, most of whom provided child care in their homes.
- Training requirements range from a high school diploma to a college degree, although a high school diploma and a little experience are adequate for many jobs.
- Many workers leave these jobs every year, creating good job opportunities.