During the month of June, Nevada added roughly 7,600 jobs with most jobs being added to the education, health, professional, and business industries.
The Nevada Child Care Fund is now available to families earning $60,000 to $70,000 per year, considering it’s a family of four, which would double the prior income threshold.
For Clark County residents planning their next trip to Las Vegas, there is a new culinary experience to enjoy.
Since January 2021, the Nevada economy has added 153,000 jobs, bringing the state’s unemployment rate down from 10.2 percent to 5.0 percent.
As the housing crisis continues, with prices surging and supply dwindling, many Americans believe that affordable housing for both buyers and renters is becoming more unattainable.
President Joe Biden advocated in June for a three-month suspension of the federal 18.3 cent per gallon gasoline tax in the hopes that the other states would do the same by suspending their respective fuel taxes.
With inflation steadily ramping up its pressure on state residents, many citizens are now re-tightening their wallets once again in preparation for the uncertain future.
Teachers and minimum wage workers alike are currently struggling to afford housing costs in Nevada cities.
Crocs, Bella + Canvas, Foam of Nevada and Novva Holdings are four companies bringing jobs to Southern Nevada.
Nevada’s tax revenues that fund the state budget are significantly higher than predictions made from the state’s Economic Forum back in May 2021 by 25 percent or around $798.1 million ahead of projections.