WMS Gaming, a Chicago based company that produces the machines that you find in casinos, and they're hiring at the entry level.

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Usually when I’m talking about jobs in gaming, I’m talking about jobs in the video game industry, but today “gaming” means something a little different. We’re going to take a look at WMS Gaming, a Chicago based company that produces the machines that you find in casinos. I found out about them from Brill Street’s list of Top 50 Gen-Y Employers in Chicago (which is surprisingly light on companies with entry level jobs available—I think the #1 thing a company can do to be “Gen-Y friendly” is hire new grads). WMS was founded in 1943 by Harry Williams, a Stanford engineer, who invented the tilt mechanism for pinball machines (which prevents cheating and damaging the machine). Luckily for WMS Gaming, the decline of the pinball industry coincided with the rise of the casino industry, so their transition to focusing solely on slot machines went pretty easily in 1999. I guess people would rather win—err lose—real money than “points.”

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WMS Gaming’s business has really matured over the last decade. They started out focused on video slots, but now their games seem to include everything that you’ll find in a casino beyond table games. WMS is heavily focused on improving the user experience for gamblers (or “gamers” as they like to call them), so they’re always looking for new ways to make their games more exciting. Whether it’s Sensory Immersion Gaming or themed games like their co-branded Monopoly slots, they always seem to be on the cutting edge of the business. They’re also a pretty cool place to work for young people, at least according to Brill Street.

I’m more concerned with the fact that they have what look to be some excellent job opportunities available for new grads. They provide a good deal of relevant information in the Working at WMS section of their website, which says that they’re always looking for top talent in the areas of Accounting, Administrative, Computer Animation and Sound, Human Resources, Information Systems, Manufacturing, Marketing & Sales, Engineering, Operations, Product Game, Development, and Software Engineering. You can search for specific positions by using their job search function, where you’ll find positions like Gaming Software Engineer, Submission Coordinator I, and a bunch of field positions in cities with casinos. You can apply online, and you may also want to try reaching out to WMS Gaming through e-mail at hr@wmsgaming.com to see what other entry level positions they have available

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