Students Attend Dealer School in Hopes of Landing a Casino Job : News Photo

Students Attend Dealer School in Hopes of Landing a Casino Job

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GLEN BURNIE, MD - JAN 22: (center facing camera) Trainee Andrea Jones keeps the game interesting for students at a Black Jack table training session. 9,000 people signed up for classes at one point for 500-600 jobs. Students learn what it takes to be a dealer at the Maryland Live! Casino as they take lessons from professional dealers in hopes of landing a job. Photo by Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images
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GLEN BURNIE, MD - JAN 22: (center facing camera) Trainee Andrea Jones keeps the game interesting for students at a Black Jack table training session. 9,000 people signed up for classes at one point for 500-600 jobs. Students learn what it takes to be a dealer at the Maryland Live! Casino as they take lessons from professional dealers in hopes of landing a job. Photo by Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images
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