Last year Ohio casinos were frantic about getting enough casino employees hired and ready to work in the state's four new casinos. 2013 promises to bring another round of casino jobs as Maryland expects to expand from just three casinos to six. The casinos built in Ohio were all of moderate size, more like Tunica or Reno. Maryland already has two small race-track casinos, but the latest expansion brings Las Vegas style resorts to the state.
The new Maryland casinos are huge, with nearly 5,000 slot machines in place. Maryland Live! expects to be allowed to offer 24-hour gaming at the end of the month, and new live table games will be coming in 2013. Penn National's Hollywood Casino, in Perryville, MD is accepting applications for their dealing school scheduled for early next year.
Likewise, Maryland Live! in Hanover, MD is planning to hire 800 new dealers for their casino. Applications are currently being accepted for the school slated to begin January 7, 2013. Filling out the form for Hollywood casino or Maryland Live! is just the first step. You can expect to undergo a personal interview and skills assessment if your application is chosen. And, you will of course need to attend and graduate from the dealing school. Applications must be 21 years of age by the first day of class.