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Sparks, NV

Diesel Technician

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Sparks, NV

Distribution Center Team Member - Full TIme

Walmart

Reno, NV

Crew Member

Five Guys

Reno, NV

Licensed Health Insurance Agent - Work from Home

ASSURANCE Independent Agents

Reno, NV

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US Navy

Reno, NV

Military Intelligence

US Navy

Reno, NV

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FedEx Ground PH US

Reno, NV

Avionics Bench Technicians

STS Technical Services

Sparks, NV

Reno Jobs: Overview

Because of their similarities, Reno is often compared to Las Vegas. But Reno is a gem of its own. Along with some of the Las Vegas glitter of casinos and entertainment, Reno also has many cultural and recreational features that entice people to relocate here for Reno jobs. Its nickname, "The Biggest Little City in the World," is attributed in part to the cultural heart of the city, the University of Nevada in Reno. Reno boasts a milder climate than Vegas, so you can enjoy outdoor adventures, hiking, and biking in the foothills of nearby jewel Lake Tahoe. Reno is also way less crowded than Vegas, getting only 4 million visits per year versus Vegas's 40 million.

Although unproven, rumor is that diamond rings litter the bottom of Reno's Truckee River from the 30,000 couples who untied the knot during a period of very lax divorce laws in the 1930s. Rivets became a gold mine for Reno tailor Jacob Davis when he discovered that the little copper disks made laborers' pants sturdier. He partnered with fabric wholesaler Levi Strauss to buy denim, and the blue jean business was born. If you're looking to strike it rich in your hunt for Reno jobs, you might also take a look at the nearby cities of Sparks, Carson City, and Henderson.

Popular Jobs in Reno

Tourism brings more than $4 billion to the Reno economy each year. To accommodate out-of-town visitors, there are many service jobs in the city’s casinos, hotels, restaurants, ski resorts, and other attractions.

Manufacturing in Reno employs 14,000 in production jobs for companies that make cement, labeling devices, suntan lotion, valves, dairy and food products, pet food, microwaves, and electronic equipment. Partly because of its right-to-work status, the building industry has steadily supported construction jobs in Reno.

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Interviewing for Reno Jobs

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How Much Do Reno Jobs Pay?

The median household income in Reno is $58,790. You might make more or less depending on your job title and industry. You can look up that information using Monster’s Salary Tools. While you’re on that page, you’ll see helpful information that includes what the job pays in other parts of the country and what skills you can pick up to make you more valuable to employers.

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