Las Vegas has a reputation as being the “Entertainment Capital of the World”. However, just beyond the Strip, residents enjoy quaint suburban communities, world-class restaurants and beautiful parks all away from the glare of neon lights. Cultural institutions like the Smith Center for the Performing Arts and numerous museums offer quiet retreats from the busy strip, while nearby state and national parks including Lake Mead, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Spring Mountain Ranch State Park and Valley of Fire State Park offer residents ample opportunities to enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle.
One major perk of living in Las Vegas, and the state of Nevada as a whole is that residents don’t pay state income tax. Nevada is one of only seven states in the U.S. with no personal income tax. Here are some other reason’s residents love living in Las Vegas;
- Las Vegas Is Growing (Nevada was the fastest growing state in the nation in 2018)
- Tourists Help With the Taxes
- Cost Of Living
- Las Vegas is becoming a Sports Mecca (Professional Hockey, Basketball, UFC, Boxing, with Pro Football coming soon)
- Great Residential Neighborhoods & Suburbs
To learn more about this practice opportunity, please forward your CV and letter of interest to email@example.com.