(Las Vegas, NV) — College graduates may have a better chance of landing a job in Nevada.
A survey by the website CreditDonkey.com says the Silver State ranks third for building a career.
It’s based on the average pay for college grads, along with employment growth and work environment.
CreditDonkey says Las Vegas’ construction, professional and business industries have come back from the recession.
Texas is the top state, followed by Washington.