Find job openings and jobs available now.

Is it worth moving to Las Vegas?

by tom44 on March 28, 2014

200 Companies Hiring Home Workers Now – Click Here
No Experience Necessary

Question by fanmegaman: Is it worth moving to Las Vegas?
I am thinking to move to Las Vegas, Nevada but I need some advice about almost everything. Ok I don’t have my GED yet but I am working my way up. I need to know what kind of jobs there is over there and is the rent over there too expensive? Is the weather too bad over there and anything else I need to know? Just let me know everything I need to know before moving there so any advice will help thank you 🙂

Best answer:

Answer by kro
I wouldn’t move to Vegas, they are hurting right now because of the economy.

What do you think? Answer below!
Take back your privacy!

Are you currently Unemployed?
Learn insider tips to landing a Federal Job

How to Land a Top-Paying Federal Job

Learn 4 Tips To Find Entry Level Jobs – Click Here

Share Button

4 thoughts on “Is it worth moving to Las Vegas?

  1. I like TURTles! says:

    It’s hot
    It’s in the dessert
    It’s expensive

  2. cpcii says:

    Most places want you to have a High School Dimploma/GED.

    Jobs are scares in starting industries (ie waiting tables, bus boys, casheirs, you didn’t say what kind of work you want to do how old you are). If your a professional (not assuming you have no GED) then getting a job is risky.
    Rent for a small 1bedroom average about 750 a month, you can find cheaper if you hunt.
    Weather ranges from 30F in the winter up to 120 in the summer and very dry, with little rain, we are a desert.

    What other questions do you need answered, we can’t tell you EVERYTHING you need to know because we don’t know what you need to know.

    My Suggestion, stay where your at and finish schooling and get a trade school degree then decide on moving where the jobs are.

  3. ugasinger says:

    No it’s to classy for high school drop outs..

  4. Kevin says:

    Right now Las Vegas has one of the highest unemployment rates in the US. Jobs are scarce. Not even having your GED will make it almost impossible to find a job. It gets very hot there and it is not as cheap as people think.

Powered by Yahoo! Answers

Popups Powered By :
SEO Powered by Platinum SEO from Techblissonline