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What Does it Take to Be a Gaming Service Worker?

Job Description: All gaming service workers not listed separately.

Types of Gaming Service Worker Jobs

  • Dice Table Person
  • Tattoo Identifier
  • Cardroom Plastic Card Grader
  • Bingo Usher
  • Game Room Attendant

Job Opportunities for Gaming Service Workers

In the United States, there were 12,500 jobs for Gaming Service Worker in 2016. There is little to no growth in job opportunities for Gaming Service Worker. The BLS estimates 1,900 yearly job openings in this field.


The states with the most job growth for Gaming Service Worker are Arizona, New Jersey, and Texas. Watch out if you plan on working in Missouri, Alaska, or Illinois. These states have the worst job growth for this type of profession.

Gaming Service Worker Average Salary

The salary for Gaming Service Workers ranges between about $18,910 and $49,210 a year.


Gaming Service Workers who work in North Dakota, Pennsylvania, or Michigan, make the highest salaries.

Below is a list of the median annual salaries for Gaming Service Workers in different U.S. states.

State Annual Mean Salary
Alaska $26,300
Arizona $32,050
California $33,410
Colorado $32,440
Connecticut $28,340
Florida $32,080
Iowa $29,820
Louisiana $29,370
Maryland $31,230
Michigan $33,340
Minnesota $24,420
Mississippi $26,500
Nevada $31,000
New Jersey $29,950
New Mexico $31,510
New York $31,080
North Dakota $41,220
Ohio $24,860
Oregon $29,390
Pennsylvania $33,180
Texas $30,060
Washington $36,180

Where Gaming Service Workers Are Employed


Below are examples of industries where Gaming Service Workers work:



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