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Gaming Services Occupations

Gaming Services Occupations
Quick Facts : Gaming Services Occupations*
2010 Median Pay$20,260
Entry Level Education
Work Experience in Related OccupationNone
Number of Jobs, 2012177,100
Job Outlook13% (About as fast as average)
Employment Change22,900

Gaming services workers serve customers in gambling establishments, such as casinos or racetracks. Some workers tend slot machines or deal cards. Some take bets or pay out winnings and others supervise gaming workers and operations.

What Gaming Services Occupations Do

  • Interact with customers and ensure that they have a pleasant experience
  • Monitor customers for suspicious behavior
  • Inform their supervisor or a security employee of any irregularities they observe
  • Enforce safety rules and report hazards
  • Explain house operating rules such as betting limits

Work Environment

Most casinos are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Employees work nights, weekends, and holidays.
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Job Outlook

Employment in gaming services occupations is projected to grow 13 percent from 2010 to 2020, and 11 and 7 percent for gaming managers and supervisors.
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In May 2010 average salary of workers in gaming services occupations was $20,260.
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Becoming a Gaming Services Occupations

Gaming dealers, supervisors, sports book writers and runners, and slot supervisors typically need a high school diploma or a GED. Gaming managers typically take formal management classes.
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