Hobbies Card Games & Gambling All About Casino Jobs Casino Jobs are Exciting, Sought-After, and the Pay is Great Share PINTEREST Email Print Card Games & Gambling Casinos Gambling Strategies & Tips Sports Gambling Poker Blackjack By Al Moe Al W. Moe is an award-winning author and historian of Nevada casinos. He is a graduate of the University of Nevada-Reno Gaming Management Program. our editorial process Twitter Twitter Al Moe Updated August 26, 2018 Casino jobs are some of the best paying and most eagerly sought-after of all entry-level positions available in the world. While casinos hire experienced personnel, they also hire team members who have no casino experience and often train and promote from within for their best jobs. The benefits offered by major casinos in the United States are often excellent, and working conditions are very good at many properties. Getting a Casino Job ktmoffitt Getty Images Wondering how to get started in your quest for a casino job? Casinos are open or being built in 38 states, and the hunt for new employees is really getting kicked into gear. If you are looking for a job, whether you are experienced or are just entering the job market, casinos offer many different types of employment. And, knowing how to apply and what to apply for will help with your employment success. Casino Dealer Being a casino dealer can be fun and exciting, and the pay can be excellent! Although some casinos hire only experienced dealers, many casinos offer in-house training to their employees. That means you can take any entry-level position, do a good job, and then get selected to attend dealer training.There are a lot of benefits to being a dealer, do you know the top ten? Concierge Host Working as a casino concierge host can be a great position for people who like working directly with a property's guests. If you know what to expect and how to apply, you might land a fun job, even if you've never worked for a casino before. The best part is that you'll learn about everything the property has to offer and maybe even find another position you like better in the future. Coin Loader Ever wonder what a casino coin loader does? This entry-level position is still offered at many casinos. Take a look at the specifics and see if you qualify and might enjoy a new job that starts in the cashier's or cage department and can lead to a job in slots or the cage. Pit Boss Being a casino pit boss can be one of the most exciting and rewarding jobs in the casino industry. Most pit bosses start out as casino dealers, but regardless of how they got there, most pit bosses love casinos and love their pay scale.