The minimum wage for Nevada employees who are offered qualified health benefits from their employers will remain at $7.25 per hour and the minimum wage for employees who are not offered qualified health benefits will remain $8.25 per hour, Nevada’s Office of Labor Commissioner announced Friday.
Tech employment in the United States expanded by nearly 200,000 jobs in 2017 to 11.5 million workers, according to a Tuesday report by technology industry association CompTIA.
A March survey found that 80 percent of state departments of transportation around the country — including Nevada — are using unmanned aircraft systems.
Nevada’s most populous county grew by 47,355 residents in 2017. Only Maricopa County, Arizona, home to most of the Phoenix metro area, added more new residents with 73,650.
A visitor to the MontBleu casino in Northern Nevada recently won an IGT jackpot valued at about $1.3 million.
The Nevada’s Division of Insurance said Friday it’s sending a representative to to Puerto Rico to assist consumers after they were stricken by Hurricanes Irma and Maria nearly six months ago.
An annual survey commissioned by Nevada State Bank of small-business decision-makers throughout Nevada, found recordlevels of confidence in the state economy.
One in three Nevada motorists could face a 9 percent jump in auto insurance rates July 1, when the state raises the basic required minimum for bodily injury and property damage coverage.
Meal kit company One Potato will begin offering its product in Nevada beginning Wednesday.