Gambling Operators Will Provide Jobs for New Yorkers

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Yahoo Finance has published an info graphic that has declared the gambling industry as the fastest growing employment sector in New York.

Analysts came to similar conclusions based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and the Commonwealth Project Management (PMP). Info graphics describes the growth rate of demand for each individual position.

According to the data from the PMP report, it is expected that the demand for all positions related to gambling will be increased. This report also contains information on how many jobs will be in various industries until 2026.

It is expected that up to that point 1,460 casino dealers will appear in New York, which is 31.5% more compared to the current situation. Analysts believe that the annual demand for this position will be 230 jobs.

The highest growth rates are predicted for sports betting operators, as this industry is just entering the market. The growth rate will reach 9.7%, and by 2026, 1020 jobs will be created.

The increase in the demand for the position will be 16.9%, and the number of jobs – 240.

These figures are the highest in the country, taking into account all the states that legalized sports betting. The only territories with a comparable percentage of growth are Alabama, where jobs are expected to increase by 180 positions by 2026, and Washington, which is expected to realize its potential in other areas.

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