More than 600 new employees have been hired by Sands China Ltd. for its new Parisian Macao casino resort, for which more than 95 per cent of the jobs available are non-gaming positions Sands China announced on Thursday. As the number of locals attending the three-day recruitment fair was greater than expected it was extended a day. Sands China plans to host another recruitment fair in June. The planned opening day is September but a partial opening might be possible in the Summer if the opportunity arises, according to chairman and chief executive of Sands China Sheldon Adelson. US$2.7billion has been invested in Parisian Macaos 3,000 hotel rooms, one casino, meeting space, retail, theatre and water themed park, in addition to a half-sized replica of the Eiffel Tower featuring a restaurant and observation decks.
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