Here's a quote from a Nevada attorney:
"'I will tell you there are lawyers in this town that are driving cabs. There are lawyers in this town that are doing part time work for Starbucks. They're young kids, they don't have families and they love Las Vegas. But many of them are moving,' Massi said."And from a recent law grad:
"Martinez is one of the “kids” trying to tough it out and stick around. 'I've applied for anything from human resources positions at the casinos to clerk positions, secretary positions, anything,' she said. 'And I'm still struggling.'"I can sympathize with Ms. Martinez. It is very disheartening to apply for entry level positions that you probably could have been hired for out of high school and not even get interviews. If I have any readers in Nevada who want to comment on the job market there, feel free.