Current Economics News
UNLV president will highlight exceptional students at commencement who embody the academic, research, and community impact of the graduating class.
Undergraduates Michael Schwob and Dylan Wallace among just 496 nationwide to earn the prestigious honor.
From UNLV Magazine spring 2019 issue.
Bruce Layne spent decades attending, teaching, and advocating for his alma mater. Now he's memorialized by Rebel baseball.
Student achievements including competition wins, a world record, and new innovations splashed local and national news headlines in 2018.
In 2018, faculty and students collaborated with one another and international colleagues on scientific exploration that sought to help people make sense of themselves and the world around them.
Economics In The News
While UNLV's student loan debt is among the lowest in the western United States, Senator Bernie Sanders' ambitious proposal to erase it from the books altogether is intriguing to some students.
Even with Gov. Steve Sisolak signing legislation to increase the minimum wage and mandate that certain businesses provide paid sick leave, workers’ rights activists say the fight to improve the economic well-being of Nevadans is far from over.
As state legislators consider a bill to raise the minimum wage, economists, activists and low-wage workers have found themselves wondering if the legislation goes far enough, and if Nevada Democrats are blowing their opportunity to help working families.
Business is booming in Southern Nevada as Las Vegas sits among the top three metro areas for job creation in the country in January, according to a new report by Bloomberg.
The job market will always become more competitive. Some wonder if a bachelors degree is enough or whether it makes sense to go for a higher degree.
California communities scramble to avoid becoming the next wildfire tragedy