This study analyzed the effect of a casino enterprise’s job training on the dealer’s education satisfaction and job commitment. In order to test this study’s hypotheses, dealers working at the Kangwon Land Inc. located in Kangwon province, which is the biggest domestic casino for the locals, were chosen as the research subject. By targeting the casino dealers, 300 copies of the questionnaires were distributed. and after collecting 296 copies, 290 valid copies were utilized for the analysis. For the hypothesis verification, regression analysis was conducted in order to verify the causal relationships of variables. Findings showed that the teaching ability, work-relatedness and design appropriateness, which are the sub-factors of a casino dealer’s job training, have significant positive influence on the education contents and guidance level, which are the sub-factors of education satisfaction. Also, the sub-factors of job training, which are teaching ability, work-relatedness and design appropriateness, were shown to have significant positive influence on the sub-factors of the job commitment, which are job satisfaction, task efficiency, emotional commitment, continuous commitment and normative commitment.