What they do:
These employees are the main task force of regulatory agencies, reviewing records of gaming license holders to determine whether taxable gaming revenues have been reported and paid. These investigators also help determine overall compliance with area regulations and gambling laws. Investigators are also responsible for maintaining compliance by conducting occasional reviews.
Audit agents are usually graduate-level accountants pursuing their Certified Public Accountant status. They are also up-to-date on business administration and the gambling industry. In America, most of these agents are almost always on assignment in the field at large casinos.
$65,000. Since most audit investigators are on their way up the career ladder, room for growth is built in to the job’s perks. Many of these investigators go on to accounting or management positions.
Average. The outlook for this position, like most positions in this category, is tied directly to the overall outlook of the US gambling market, which has been up and down over the past decade, and will probably be the same way over the next ten years.