The reopening of land-based casinos in the United States of America showed a shortage of personnel

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The decision taken by the authorities of some US states to ease quarantine measures and reopen land-based gambling houses has opened up a new problem for operators – casinos are currently experiencing an acute shortage of staff. For this reason, mass employment, so to speak, begins – the casino management opens large job fairs. Several operators are already actively interviewing. Often they select applicants for the positions of croupiers, hall administrators, restaurant employees and casino security. Mass recruiting by operators is bearing fruit, giving the opportunity to work for the population and the gambling houses themselves, respectively. Recall – by decision of local authorities, land-based gambling houses in the US state of New Jersey will pay taxes in a reduced amount. My Lucky Story also reported that the United States of America allowed the sale of “pills” for gambling addiction as part of a program to combat gambling addiction.

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