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Mechanical Engineering Jobs in Las Vegas, NV

Mechanical Engineer

Daily Management Inc

Las Vegas, NV

Mechanical Engineering Intern- 1st Shift

Piping Rock Health Products

Las Vegas, NV

Mechanical Engineer/VAR

Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc.

Las Vegas, NV

Mechanical Engineer

Varex Imaging

Las Vegas, NV

Mechanical Designer

Engineering System Solutions

Las Vegas, NV

Mechanical Project Engineer

P1 Group, Inc.

Las Vegas, NV

Senior Mechanical Engineer

Mission Support and Test Services, LLC

North Las Vegas, NV

Powertrain Application Engineer

Zen Sherpa LLC

Las Vegas, NV

Project Engineer - Mechanical

NV5

Las Vegas, NV

Las Vegas Mechanical Engineer Jobs Overview

Mechanical engineering jobs transform abstract technological ideas into reality. They combine physics with math and material science to design and build automated equipment like tools, engines, and machines. Mechanical engineers have a history of creating products that make our daily lives easier, such as generators, refrigerators, air conditioning systems, medical devices, aircraft, elevators, and escalators. There's always a need for this type of improvement and invention, which is why the Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipates that the number of jobs in mechanical engineering will grow 4% over the next 10 years.

Mechanical engineers are problem solvers—they analyze issues and figure out how machinery can provide a solution. As an engineer, you'll be participating in projects from beginning to end. You'll start with research, move on to drafting, develop prototypes, oversee the manufacturing process, and possibly make alterations along the way, using computer software to design, run simulations on, and test models. To be considered for jobs in engineering, you'll need to obtain an advanced degree and stay up to date on the latest engineering software.

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About Working in Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas—hearing the name of that iconic city conjures visions of glamorous casinos, big stage shows, and over-the-top hotels. But "what happens in Vegas" doesn't all take place on the Strip, a four-mile entertainment stretch that attracts millions of tourists each year. Outside the downtown district, you'll find quiet suburban neighborhoods and serene and scenic parks, including Zion, Death Valley, and Bryce Canyon National Parks. With below-average healthcare costs and future jobs in Las Vegas projected to grow at 39.02%, Las Vegas is a great place to live and work.

Another perk of Las Vegas jobs? There's no personal income tax in the entire state. And if you love sun, you can spend your days off enjoying the weather. Yearly, Las Vegas gets only five inches of rain, no snow, and 294 sunny days. You can also search for jobs in equally sunny, nearby North Las Vegas and Henderson, which was voted the second safest city in the U.S. by Forbes. Or you can look further outside the Las Vegas area in Carson City and Reno.

Update Your Las Vegas Mechanical Engineer Resume

Are you ready to start your new job? Let's get you hired! Before applying to mechanical engineering openings, grab your resume and give it a once-over to see if you need to make any updates or improvements. Before you sign off on it, take a look at our sample resume for mechanical engineers for advice on how best to highlight your experiences and skills. You may also want to introduce yourself to a potential employer in a cover letter. Our sample cover letter for a mechanical engineer shows you how to discuss the unique qualities and insights you'll bring to your new position.

How Much Do Mechanical Engineer Jobs Pay in Las Vegas, Nevada?

Got money on your mind? You should! Make sure you’re getting paid what you’re worth. Our Salary Tools can help you understand what you can expect to make in mechanical engineer jobs in Las Vegas, Nevada, as well as the skills that can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be. Right now, the median mechanical engineer pay in Las Vegas is $66,190 per year, which is 22% lower than the national average.

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