... Nevada is the largest gold-producing state in the country.
... The largest silver deposit was discovered in Nevada.
Nevada is way more than just Las Vegas; peeling back the curtain reveals a state with a population of 3.1 million people. The median household income for the state is $60,365, putting it firmly in 24th place. The state has come a long way from its Old West roots, embracing not just gambling but tourism, manufacturing, and high-tech segments as well.
Major employers include the Clark County School District, Wynn Las Vegas, the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, and the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. Aside from the glittering lights of gambling, Nevada is still a strong market for cattle ranching, hay, alfalfa, potatoes, dairy, and onions.
Experience Nevada to the fullest by going outside the beaten path. Check out the PBR World Finals, a professional bull riding event that’s a feast for the senses. Hockey fans have to check out the Vegas Golden Knights, the NHL games are intense.