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Wanted: Casino dealers

August 28, 2019

WITH Metro Manila hosting at least 20 casinos and the sprouting of many more in other parts of the country, there is a high demand for casino dealers, according to the Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE).

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Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello 3rd

Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello 3rd said on Tuesday that at least 180 casino dealer positions were logged at PhilJobNet, making it number 14 in DoLE’s job matching system.

The huge demand for casino dealers was recorded on August 2, 9 and 16, as well as on July 25 and 16.

The same report also showed the demand for call center agents still topped the weekly survey of top 20 local employment vacancies recorded by PhilJobNet.

The salary of online casino dealers, according to the vacancy posted at PhilJobNet, ranges from P20,000 to P23,000.

The job requires hosting and providing a positive, engaging and professional gaming experience; precision, skill and professionalism in dealing with specific table games; and thoroughly ensuring accuracy in software performance.

Benefits such as daily meal, life insurance, health card, Christmas bonus, medical and optical reimbursement, and paid leaves were among the listed perks for casino dealers.

High school and college undergraduates, as well as degree holders of any discipline are qualified to apply as casino dealers.

PhilJobNet is an online facility of DoLE that aims to fast track a jobseeker’s search for employment and an employer’s search for human resources. Its centralized database is maintained by the Bureau of Local Employment.

A jobseeker who is at least 15 years old may register as a job applicant in PhilJobNet.

An employer or establishment duly recognized by Philippine business authorizing agencies and with existing tax identification number can register in PhilJobNet.

PhilJobNet is a free service for both job applicants and business establishments.

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