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Reader Polls Feedback for May 5, through May 14, 2006

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Question:
Casinos as we all know are great places of fun and excitement, but the real question this week is.... Would you like to work in a casino? If so, what position would you like to have? What is your opinion? Why or Why Not?
 

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Reader Poll Replies:

Myself I would like to be either a casino dancer or cocktail waitress.  I think I have a good body and I am a good people person and honestly I am tired of Idaho.  Linda in Idaho, not for long.

*  Working in a casino would be fun, that is an ideal job I have always dreamed about.  The fast pace, the cash, the beautiful people, sounds like it is calling me.  Howard Vestor

*   Just call me Ralph "Ed Deline" after the James Cann character in the TV show Vegas. That's the job I would covet if I were to get a opportunity to work in a casino. a high level high profile position. yeah call me Ralph Ed Deline.  Ralph

*  Where would one start. As a person who loves every aspect of Las Vegas, the list would be endless. As a people person and someone who loves watching people, working in the surveillance room would be exciting. Any job working on the floor as either plain clothes security, pit boss or overseeing all casino activities. working as a valet attendant would also be fun. Any job in a Vegas casino would be exciting.  Chuck Merica

*  Yes, I think working in a casino would be a great workplace. I imagine the expectations are high for just such an employer. What capacity would I be interested in? Probably in the security department. I think that's one of the areas I could adjust to & fit into one position or another in a casino, if I were to work at one. I like to see the bad guys get caught! Most of the casino's in Las Vegas appear to me to have great security already so I don't know that I could promise to "improve" on the high level of the current performance. But, I'd work my darn-est as a team member to see to it the quality of work I do meet the boss's expectations. Larry Strehl, Tampa Florida

I would love to work in a casino but I am guessing at 62 I really would not have what it takes to do such things. One position that, as a tourist, would be very helpful is someone with knowledge of the casino at the main entrance to greet you and welcome you. Its always a friendly feeling when someone is there to answer whatever questions one might have. Its the casino way of saying "we care". Lots of the hotels and casinos have become very uninviting and really need to look after the everyday person not just the high rollers. Thank you Sandi, looking forward to my next visit in June.

 

 

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