IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Nevada Economy Continues to Top Charts

LAS VEGAS, NV - January 19, 2022

The day after Preview Las Vegas forecasted a “bright” economic future for Nevada in 2022, Southern Nevada was ranked as a top location for growth in the United States.

“The numbers are clear: Nevada’s economic future is brighter than ever,” said Governor Steve Sisolak. “We have a lot of work ahead, but we’ll continue building on our already strong economic momentum by diversifying our economy, growing and retraining our workforce, and investing in our small businesses.”

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Axios: The hot and not-so-hot job growth centers

  • Metros with fastest and slowest growth in job postings:

Axios Growth Center Graph - Boise, Idaho 94.8%; Spokane, WA 90.8%, Durham-Chapel Hill, NC 90.7% and Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, NV 88.9%

KSNV: Preview Las Vegas: 2022 economic outlook is bright

  • Hopes were high on Tuesday during Preview Las Vegas at Allegiant Stadium that 2022 is shaping up to be a great year for the local economy.
  • “This is the first and only one-of-a-kind business event to be held on the field at Allegiant Stadium,” said Vegas Chamber President and CEO, Mary Beth Sewald. “We're on a roll. 2022 looks to be a phenomenal year for economic development and diversification,” Sewald added. “Conventions are going to be coming back stronger, and international tourism is going to be coming back as well. For the smallest of our businesses here in Southern Nevada, all of those things bode well for a great economy and a great outlook for 2022.”
  • “It’s a barometer of how businesses feel, how they are going forward,” Sisolak said. “It's nice to see so many people here today because our future is bright.”
  • “This is the first and only one-of-a-kind business event to be held on the field at Allegiant Stadium,” said Vegas Chamber President and CEO, Mary Beth Sewald. “We're on a roll. 2022 looks to be a phenomenal year for economic development and diversification,” Sewald added. “Conventions are going to be coming back stronger, and international tourism is going to be coming back as well. For the smallest of our businesses here in Southern Nevada, all of those things bode well for a great economy and a great outlook for 2022.”
  • “It’s a barometer of how businesses feel, how they are going forward,” Sisolak said. “It's nice to see so many people here today because our future is bright.”

KLAS:

KLAS - Preview Las Vegas - Vegas Chamber's Annual Economic Forecasting Event

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Meghin Delaney  
Communications Director