More than 250 people left JobFest 2021 on Tuesday with jobs, the governor’s office announced Friday. The state-sponsored job fair drew 2,100 job seekers and 182 employers.
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The 72-year-old rock star initially listed his Henderson mountain-side mansion in October, just five months after he bought it. Now he’s lowered the price dramatically.
The annual consumer electronics show is returning to Las Vegas after the pandemic shifted the 2021 event exclusively online.
Restaurant Marigold inside Resorts World closed on Dec. 2, five months after its debut at the new casino.
A community event celebrating what would have been former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh’s 48th birthday will take place at Container Park on Saturday. It will feature live performances, food and art.
More than 250,000 people attended the Cowboy Christmas gift show in 2019. Now, after a year’s hiatus, organizers are expecting another promising turnout.
Shipping agencies recommend getting a head start on mailing packages for what’s expected to be as busy or busier than last year’s holiday season.
State officials are hosting a job fair early next month that’s expected to draw more than 110 employers hiring for more than 10,000 open positions.
Roughly 300,000 visitors are expected to come to Las Vegas for the Thanksgiving weekend, potentially setting up a holiday weekend resembling a time before the pandemic.
Nevada added back 11,200 jobs over the month of October, the second-highest monthly job gain in the last year, according to the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.
Thirty-four Miracle Mile Shops employers took part in a job fair Wednesday at a time when employers across the country have complained they can’t find people to work.
UNLV’s Center for Business Economic Research hosted its annual economic forecasting event, noting Southern Nevada’s economy still remains vulnerable to surges in COVID-19 cases.
On Sunday, the El Cortez turns 80 years old, 29,220 days since it first opened its doors Nov. 7, 1941. The hotel-casino will punctuate its birthday weekend with a fireworks show.