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Casino At Arundel Mills Accepting Job Applications

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Looking for a job? The developers of a $500 million casino at Arundel Mills Mall say they are accepting applications.

Robert Norton, with the Maryland Live! Casino in Hanover, Md., says the casino has launched an online application system and plans to fill 1,500 positions by April. Hundreds of full and part-time positions are available in all departments, including facilities, security, marketing, finance, environmental services, information technology and food services.

The casino is scheduled to open in June 2012, and will have thousands of slot machines and electronic table games.


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