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Working At A Casino - A True Experience



Casinos can be congested, especially on the weekend. If you are an employee, you could spend your full shift attending to guests. But, this isn't so bad because it means more tips. But, what is it like to work at a brick-and-mortar casino? Well, it really depends on your perception of the job you are chosen for. If you start out perceiving the job to be bad, it will be bad. If you perceive the job to be good, it will most likely be good. Below, you will discover a real-life experience working in a casino.

Lots Of Tips

As mentioned above, land-based casinos tend to be congested on most days. The weekends are the worst. If you have a goal in mind, these congested days can turn into a lot of profit. The more guests, the higher the tips if you are lucky. Unfortunately, not every guest will be a tipper. These individuals will stick to themselves, ordering only the minimum. Either they do not have the money to invest in the extra service or they just are no interested.

Guests who play Judi poker and slots tend to stay to themselves when visiting casinos. These individuals are not known for being big tippers.

Room To Advance

Another great benefit of working in a casino is career advancement. What this basically means is there are opportunities to advance internally. You may need to start out as a waitress or waiter. But, once you are working there for about a year, you can apply for advanced positions.

As soon an advanced position becomes available, you will have the option of applying. It really depends on your preferences, likes, and dislikes, as to which positions to apply for. If you have a knack in management, you can apply for the General Manager position when it comes available. Most casinos hire managers to oversee all internal operations. For example, a manager is needed to oversee the onsite restaurant and hotel. These positions pay very well and oftentimes come with health care and other benefits, as well as paid vacations.

Exhausting Work

Casino work is hard. Regardless of your position, you could end up on your feet for a full eight-hour shift. If you are willing to work hard, it will pay off in the long run.

Around The Clock Work - Have Your Pick Of Hours

One of the great things about working in a casino is that there is literally work available around the clock. This doesn’t mean that you have to worry about fighting for hours, although this isn’t the case at all. What this means is that there are all kinds of shifts available. Casinos are generally open to the public 24 hours a day and you shouldn’t have a problem getting on a shift of your choosing. Of course, the earlier shifts are probably going to be the most preferred and will be given to individuals with seniority, but if you are planning on going back to school and working, the morning shift might not be for you. Employment will be more than willing to work with your schedule thanks to the wide availability of hours.










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