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Las Vegas casinos prepare to hemorrhage $10 million a day as their workers, fearing their jobs will be replaced by robots, get ready to go on strike

"I voted yes to go on strike to ensure my job isn't outsourced to a robot," Chad Neanover, a cook at the Caesar Entertainment-owned Margaritaville, said in a statement. "We know technology is coming, but workers shouldn't be pushed out or left behind. Casino companies should ensure that technology is harnessed to improve the quality and safety in the workplace, not as a way to completely eliminate our jobs."

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