According to an analysis of the most recent jobs report from the federal government, Nevada’s job numbers have risen above March 2020 levels, meaning the state has recovered 100 percent of the jobs lost in the COVID crisis.
After decades of underfunding and neglect, Nevada’s poor roads and bridges are hitting drivers where it hurts: their wallets.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, businesses have been struggling to remain afloat during periods of uncertainty.
In 2021, many Nevada families with children were able to claim additional aid from the expanded Child Tax Credit in President Biden’s American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.
Thanks to the Biden Administration’s Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), Nevada is set to receive significant federal funding over the next five years. The nationwide investment plan serves as a major funding underpin to the state’s infrastructure commitments under Governor Sisolak.
On April 19th, Netflix reported a first-quarter net loss of 200,000 subscribers, contrary to analysts’ prediction of 2.5 million additional subscriptions.