|11 Feb||Evening Cashier||Jenningsbet||North London|
|11 Feb||Duty Manager Grade 7||Jenningsbet||Luton|
|11 Feb||Duty Manager Grade 6||Jenningsbet||Wood Green|
|11 Feb||Duty Manager Grade 6||Jenningsbet||George Lane Woodford|
|11 Feb||Duty Manager Grade 6||Jenningsbet||Kings cross|
|11 Feb||Duty Manager Grade 6/7||Jenningsbet||Sheffield|
|11 Feb||Duty Manager Grade 7||Jenningsbet||Mill Hill|
|11 Feb||Duty Manager Grade 6||Jenningsbet||Southall|
|11 Feb||Relief Duty Manager||Jenningsbet||Notrth London|
|11 Feb||Trainee Duty Manager||Jenningsbet||Green Lanes Palmers Green|
|26 Jan||Relief Duty Manager||Jenningsbet||Central London|
|26 Jan||Trainee Duty Manager||Jenningsbet||Southall|
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The betting industry is a fast paced, exciting business, where no two days are the same. The industry has gained momentum in recent years, with longer shop trading hours to compete with the 24 hour online betting market, and most companies open their shops 7 days a week, ensuring that they are able to give their customers a complete betting service.
Betting shops have come a long way from the smoke filled old boys clubs of the past. They now use a computerized system to process bets, have up-to-the-minute price displays and many now have touch-screen gaming machines, offering the very latest in betting technology. As a result, betting shops are attracting a more diverse and dynamic client base, and it's important that their staff reflect this.
The betting industry is certainly expanding - Ascot and Goodwood have seen record visitor numbers in recent years - more and more people are looking to have a flutter on their favourite sport. It's a really exciting time to be a part of this industry and we want to ensure that employers and potential employees are able to fully take part in this growing industry.