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Why you should move to Vegas this month

For many years Las Vegas has been one of the fastest growing cities in the country, and with good reason. 

Las Vegas is not only one of the best places to live in Nevada; many of its residents would argue it's one of the best places to live in the world. Why should you move to Vegas this month?

Employment

Las Vegas is a great place to work, no matter what your industry is. Professionals will find an abundance of postings at the area's many hospitals and colleges. The city is so eager to fill some positions that they offer generous incentives to nurses and teachers.

This is also a great place to work in the service industry. Restaurants, hotels and retailers are constantly hiring and are willing to pay more for qualified candidates. If you're looking for a change of career, the city is also home to many unique trade programs, many of which offer guaranteed employment upon completion.

Housing

Las Vegas offers a diverse housing market. Several stages of new development over the last couple decades have resulted in over two dozen distinctive neighborhoods. There are attractive housing options for individuals or families of every income level and suited to meet a wide range of priorities. You can buy a high rise right on the Strip or live in an idyllic suburb that feels more like the Hamptons than Sin City.

In the last few years, people have started to see the value in a Las Vegas residence. As a result, the housing market is on the rise again. While that can mean steep competition for the best homes, it also meaFor many years Las Vegas has been one of the fastest growing cities in the country, and with good reason. ns yet another surge in new development.

Entertainment

You've probably complained before that "there's nothing to do" in your current hometown. That's not something you'll ever say in Las Vegas. Las Vegas is renowned for its entertainment. Virtually every major hotel in the city has a world-class act in residence with hundreds of other events scheduled every month. Whether you love art, music, dance, fashion, sports or food, there's always something happening in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas isn't limited to the big shows featured on the Strip either. Many of the neighborhoods in the city regularly sponsor kid-friendly events. At any hour of the day you can see a movie, bowl or grab a bite to eat. Las Vegas is also a good place for fans of the great outdoors with Red Rock Canyon and Mount Charleston nearby.

Dining

Dining options may not be your top priority when shopping for a new home, but they definitely contribute to long-term happiness in a new city. When it comes to excellent dining options, few cities can compare to Las Vegas. Check out this list of just 15 of the recognizable celebrity chefs that have opened award-winning restaurants in Las Vegas. Many international chefs have chosen Las Vegas over locations in New York and California.

You don't have to be rich to enjoy the best of the Las Vegas food scene either. There are plenty of moderately priced dining options spread across all of the city's neighborhoods. Various communities also regularly host beer, wine and food festivals where tasting tickets cost as little as a few dollars each and give you access to some of the same celebrity chefs mentioned above.

You have a literal world of options available when you consider moving. Why settle for less than the best? When it comes to important factors like employment and housing, Las Vegas is right up there. When it comes to assets that add long-term value, like great entertainment and dining options, the city stands alone.

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