With rising costs and negative news reports, one might become discouraged about pursuing a higher education, but one vice president is working to change that.
The city of Las Vegas is looking for 75 individuals to work with elementary school students in the Safekey educational and recreational enrichment program.
According to several sources, employment is growing along with opportunities for those with advanced degrees. Even with jobs available, it is never too late to invest in a career with education.
It is exciting when a new urban center is developed, bringing jobs as well as entertainment to a city like Las Vegas.
One nursing executive for an end-of-life organization works diligently to keep up with the changes in the health care industry while making a difference for many patients.
A $1.8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor could help some of Nevada’s long-term unemployed get back in the game.
PT’s and Sierra Gold taverns plan to hire 100 new employees today, Wednesday May 14th.
College graduates may have a better chance of landing a job in Nevada.
By leaning on his diverse background in both technology and hospitably, one local entrepreneur is able to forge new products.
With a varied career including radio announcer and singer, Layne Russie switched fields and for the past five-years has worked as a family services specialist.