Living it up in Las Vegas
Interested in permanently living in The Entertainment Capital of the World? Fortunately for you, we have made our research and found out how it is to be a real Las Vegas native. And it looks like it is living up to its name as a paradise not just for those wheelers and dealers and high-stakes players but also for its residents.
Here’s an overview of what it’s like to live in this cosmopolitan city:
First of all, Las Vegas is definitely a city that never sleeps. And we mean that quite literally. It’s not just the casinos that are open 247, we also have bars, groceries, restaurants, pharmacies and yes, even a Starbucks shop. It is literally the place where you can get anything you want at all hours of the day.
Second, of course living in Vegas gives you a notoriety as that person who can always give a good time. Why, you ask? Well, you will be the go-to person in your circle of friends who will know the ins and outs of the Sin City and can give non-locals all the local flavor that only a resident can give.
Third, it is a great place to raise a family. Did you know that outside of The Strip, there are good schools, communities, restaurants, shops and everything you need to raise a family? You can even get access to good real estate property in the Las Vegas suburbs. They have nice suburbs, those beautiful white picket fences with an inviting garage door that is perfect for a family. Another upside is that the suburbs can be perfectly quiet, away from the buzz and noise of The Strip.
Fourth, did you know that Nevada actually has the lowest taxes in the entire U.S.? Yes, that’s right because it is those 40 million tourists that actually pay for your taxes. So you can definitely just sit back and enjoy yourself as you let the tourists spend their hard earned cash in Las Vegas casinos as part of it will fund schools for your children, roads, parks and social services.
Fifth, Las Vegas is definitely the holy grail for jobs. Because of its booming tourism, there are a lot of jobs available in the Sin City. It should also not come as a surprise that bartending is the quickest way to learn a lot of cash fast. A regular bartender in Las Vegas can actually earn as much as $100,000 annually. And that does not yet include the tips.
Sixth, Las Vegas is a paradise. It has 52 peaks in the Las Vegas Valley that you can explore and climb. For the very adventurous, there are different kinds of sports available such as mountain biking, kayaking, hiking, skiing, horseback riding, among others.
Seventh, the weather in Vegas is great all year round. While the rest of the U.S. are freezing in the winter, you can be in your bikini and just laze around the pool no matter what month of the year as it is always generally sunny.
So what are you waiting for? Pack those bags now and head up to Las Vegas!