Pent-up demand to visit Las Vegas has boosted optimism for a strong recovery and underscored the pressing need to following ensure thousands of jobs are filled in casinos.
“Nevada is the third most expensive behind California and Hawaii,” GasBuddy.com analyst Patrick De Haan said Friday.
The state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation earned the award from the National Association of State Workforce Agencies.
Fremont Street Experience held a hiring event for its SlotZilla zip line attraction. Prospective job applicants were interviewed and then took a ride that for some ended in a job offer.
Tourists planning to spend Memorial Day weekend in Las Vegas may be in for sticker shock when it comes to renting a car or some long waits for an Uber or Lyft.
At least two Las Vegas Valley animal shelters are seeing an increase in pets surrendered at their facilities, but it’s not necessarily because people are returning to their pre-pandemic lifestyles.
Nevada’s jobless rate fell 0.1 percentage point to 8 percent in April, as thousands of workers returned to the labor force.
The Strip casino-resort said that some applicants might receive a job offer on the spot at next week’s career fair.
Google’s new initiative will add carbon-free energy to the electric grid that serves Google’s data centers and infrastructure throughout Nevada.
The Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation will require all new, regular Unemployment Insurance filers to verify their identity through a third-party vendor.
Amazon said the initiative, dubbed WorkingWell, will provide employees with physical and mental activities, wellness exercises and healthy eating support.
Tax Day is here and local professionals are urging Nevadans to file their tax returns ASAP.
The cyberattack that prompted the shutdown of the East Coast’s largest fuel pipeline is unlikely to have any impact on Southern Nevada gasoline products, experts say.
A shortage has led to skyrocketing lumber prices, increasing costs for home builders and adding thousands to the price of new homes in Southern Nevada and elsewhere.
The county’s CARES Housing Assistance Program, or CHAP, has served as a lifeline for many Southern Nevada families to catch up with their back rent.