Is Las Vegas finally ready to become an industrial powerhouse?
“Additionally, roughly 115 people are moving to Clark County every day, according to a new report from UNLV’s Center for Business and Economic Research. The county is expected to gain 42,066 residents this year alone. Andrew Woods, the center’s director, contends that Nevada’s future workforce is largely going to be coming from outside of the state. Las Vegas is competing with other secondary U.S. cities, including Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Denver and Austin, to lure highly skilled workers, he said. This will be the challenge for Apex as it competes nationally with other cities’ growing industrial sectors.”