Getting a job in a Casino is actually not very hard. Casinos are often looking for good help. Getting entry-level jobs at a casino are almost always available. The hard part is getting work as a professional in a casino. You may want to enter the casino as an entry-level manager or other cool salary based position, but this may not be available. Even if you are otherwise qualified to be a slot manager or other job you may find that you need to wash dishes or some other menial work first, even if you are superbly qualified.
Rarely will you land your ideal job initially with the casino. You will often have to simply get your foot in the door of the casino by getting hired wherever you can in whichever department and then work hard and eventually you can land your ideal job. Starting of with a crappy job is often a necessity to getting the job you want.
Here are some other things that will help you to get a professional job in a casino.
It does not matter whether you start off as a dishwasher in the grungy kitchen or as CEO of the entire corporation because if you are not professional then you cannot get or keep any casino professionals job.
Social Media Cleanse
If you are applying to work as a professional at a casino then you need to cleanse your social media accounts. Make sure there are no pictures of you getting drunk or saying stupid stuff on your FaceBook account. It is never to early to start cleaning up your FaceBook account of potentially damaging pictures and other content. If you wrote an anti Obama rant and your potential employer is a company know to be a huge Romney supporter then it could easily hurt your chances of getting hired.
Clean Criminal Background
The cleaner your criminal background check comes back then the easier it is to get a job as a casino professional. Some professional casino jobs such as surveillance require a super clean background. If you are fresh out of Prison then you will have an almost impossible task of ever getting a casino management job.
The better your credit score is then the better your chance of getting a job within the casino as a professional. As a professional casino worker you may be around a lot of cash and it can be tempting to try to steal some of it. People are more apt to steal money if they are desperate. If you keep your bills paid on time and have a generally clean credit score then you drastically increase your chances of landing a cans job that has more responsibility then say a dishwasher in that grungy kitchen.
Most casinos, especially in Nevada, are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Casino professionals are needed at all times of the day. You may find that you have to work at nighttime, on weekends, and even on various holidays including Christmas.
If you meet all of the requirements but are still having trouble getting a professional casino job then you can always begin networking. If you have a friend or family in the industry they can put in a good word for you and often pull some strings to help get you hired. You must do an awesome job because if you turn out to be a crappy employee it will look bad for your friend or relative who referred you and suggested you get hired at the casino.
If you are fresh out of the Military and have a good military record with an Honorable discharge then this can also help you get a professional casino job. A military person is used to taking orders and doing things in a certain manner as prescribed to them by other military members who are of a more senior rank. These are leadership and other attributes that casino management love to have in their employees. A good military career or term of enlistment can only help you land that professional casino job you want.
If you are living in an area with a few Indian casinos then you may have a harder time getting hired than if you lived in say Las Vegas. The reason for this is simply because there are many more casino jobs in Las Vegas then in rural Michigan.
Once you get a job you also may be forced to move if you want to keep advancing through the professional casino management jobs. You may be hired in Las Vegas but then the company you work for may need your skills in another so you may be forced to move. You may be hired to do a job in Las Vegas and then end up getting transferred to Reno, Atlantic City, or even Macau.