The gambling hub of the East Coast is a long way from seeing a full recovery.
The “Why iGaming” campaign is designed to attract new talent to Malta’s growing iGaming market.
The local job scene in Atlantic City is looking grim as the coronavirus pandemic continues to batter away at casino operations.
The number of people employed by Macau’s gaming industry dropped by 5,200 from the first to the second quarter of the year.
The coronavirus has put a great number of people out of work, but this could be an opportunity to try something new.
MGM Resorts wants to reduce its workforce by 2,100 within a year, and is well on its way towards reaching its goal.
It's always a better option to play nicely with the unions, but this doesn’t always happen.
Melco Resorts and Entertainment is looking for new employees for their third satellite casino on the Mediterranean island located in Ayia Napa.
For anyone looking for a new job, Marina Bay Sands is recruiting. The company has already begun its recruiting efforts, holding a two-day job fair.
Slots.com, recently purchased at auction for nearly £4M by BodogBrand.com, is looking to hire 100 new staff to work in London or Barcelona.