The Palace Station looks and feels just like an old railroad station, with its Pullman car restaurants and train depot lobby. Many locals and tourists enjoy the establishment because of the low minimum bet limits on the table games, the emphasis on slots, and the friendly, relaxed atmosphere. It is within easy walking distance of the Strip. BENEFITS: Full-time employees have dental, vision, and medical insurance, and after a year of continuous work, a pension 401(k) plan is offered. NUMBER OF NEW HIRES: 30-60/month NUMBER OF GAMING EMPLOYEES: 1,000 GAMING JOBS: Casino hosts, keno runners, keno writers, cage managers, cage cashiers, security officers, craps dealers, blackjack dealers, change persons, poker dealers, Caribbean stud poker dealers, mini-baccarat dealers, sports and race book cashiers, let it ride dealers, pai gow poker dealers OTHER JOBS: Administrative assistants, guest room attendants, bartenders, bellpersons, buspersons, audit clerks, cooks, cook helpers, housekeeping staff, kitchen workers, porters, receptionists, marketing representatives TO APPLY: The Employment Center does not accept resumes by mail. This company has a centralized employment office, which means those interested in working for any of the affiliated properties (Boulder Station, Palace Station, Texas Gaming Hall, and Barley's) may apply in person at the Employment Center located at the address listed above Mondays and Tuesdays, 10am-7pm; and Wednesdays and Thursdays,10am-4pm. (They do not give out their direct phone number-you may ask for their office by contacting any of the Station hotels.) Applications can only be filled out in their office and are kept on file for six months. Applicants may also update their files in person.