Living and Working in Las Vegas
Las Vegas started as a cornucopia of various amusements from casinos to showgirls to entertain a population of 5,000 Hoover Dam workers. After the completion of the Hoover Dam, several visionaries saw Las Vegas as a profitable opportunity to grow businesses and build what is now the entertainment capital of the world.
The city is home to approximately 2.1 million residents, and with history dating all the way back to 1821. Las Vegas offers more than just casinos and hotels. The city features beautiful suburbs and a wealth of recreational and cultural experiences for families, millennials, retirees, foodies, and even outdoor enthusiasts.
With dreamers and people from all over the world moving to Las Vegas, the city is rich in diversity and evolving with new trends and innovative areas such as our Downtown Las Vegas. The city is also considered the ideal destination for start-up companies and entrepreneurs.
Many people have found that living and working in Las Vegas is surprisingly unique and pleasant. Some of the perks of living in Las Vegas are no state income tax, long summers, cool winters and the cost of living is appealing for everyone’s budget. The city offers all the amenities of a metropolis without the hassle.
Transportation is not provided by MGM Resorts International, but public transportation is a viable service that is available to team members for a small fee through the Regional Transportation Authority of Southern Nevada. Although transportation is provided at a small fee by the Regional Transportation Authority of Southern Nevada, we encourage participants to bring a vehicle if they have one for their convenience.
Participants will be available to purchase bus passes at the MGM Resorts International Corporate Rate. A 24/7 bus line runs on the Las Vegas Strip properties and other local areas which include local merchants for groceries and sundries. Participants are ultimately responsible for their own transportation to and from work, and public transportation may not always coincide exactly with your work schedule.
All participants who operate a vehicle on property must have valid automobile liability insurance issued by an insurance company and authorized to sell automobile liability insurance in the United States (including the State of Nevada) that will cover any property damage or personal injury (including but not limited to serious bodily injury or death) caused by the participant while operating a vehicle.