It is easy to find employment in Vegas, not sure aout file clerk specifically. The negatives of vegas is the heat and the only thing to do is drink and gamble. While these activities have their merits... it can get old. On the postitive side is the cheap cost of living.
anyone have opinions on where gaming law is headed? as in, hot new thing or not as promising as one might guess
On the postitive side is the cheap cost of living.
QuoteOn the postitive side is the cheap cost of living.That was true, maybe up till 3 yrs ago. But housing cost is rising dramatically in Vegas. Two years ago, average housing prices were less than $200k. Now, it's currently average over $300k.There's always new developments being started in Vegas. With the propularity of hit TV Shows, CSI - Vegas, NBC - Vegas, new shows. It's going to be a hit city.As far as gaming law is concerned. Look into state and federal laws that govern the carrying of large sums of money. One thing that is required for gamblers is a large bankroll usually in cash. With terrorism laws beign enacted, which restricts average citizens from carrying large amounts of cash, expect professional gamblers to seek your help. They would want a letter stating they are indeed professional gamblers, and their cash in possession is used for that purpose, and not for terrorism related activities. Yes, the police do tend to confiscate their entire bankroll in some areas. Because this helps local police department to fund their local budgets.