What are the Best Casinos to Work for in Las Vegas?

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Q: “Which casino in Vegas is considered the best to work for and why?” ~Nathan

Q: “How long should you expect to be a dealer before expecting to be able to work at one of the casinos listed above?” ~Chuck

A: The best casinos to work at in Las Vegas typically make between $70,000 and $100,000 per year. On the weekdays they’ll make around $150 to $200 per day and on the weekends they’ll make $200 to $400 per day. This includes casinos such as the Bellagio, the Cosmopolitan, Mandalay Bay, Venetian and Caesar’s Palace. It’s a bit difficult to get hired at these places and there’s a joke around Las Vegas where dealers say that the only way to get hired at one of these places is if someone who’s working there dies. Another way to get hired is if you can get juiced in. Juiced In is a term dealers use to describe the act of knowing or being friends with someone in upper management who has the ability to get the person hired. If the dealer wants to get hired on merit alone, then remember that having a great personality, smiling, having multiple games under your belt and being able to deal games accurately while completing a good amount of hands per hour are qualities that will help any person get hired as a dealer.

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