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This isn’t your grandmother’s smoke-filled bingo hall job.
Often working for a casino, bingo can be big business. And a bingo manager directs it all. Although this position doesn’t require a college degree, the person in the job does generally need at least five years of experience. The manager approves jackpots and payouts, handles escalated customer complaints and issues, and maintains total compliance with federal and state gaming regulations. Additionally, bingo managers oversee all aspects of their staff and maintain budgets.
While this annual salary isn’t exactly hitting the jackpot, it’s a surprisingly high payout.
And if Bingo doesn't float your boat, try your hand as a blackjack dealer.