Robison, Jennifer; Smith, Hubble
July 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);7/21/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 29, pP20
This section offers business-related news briefs. It is stated that 51.5 percent of respondents to a business press poll believe that Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama would be able to serve Nevada's business community better than Republican presidential candidate John McCain. A lukewarm hiring climate is prevailing across the U.S. with new college graduates finding employment in lower-skill service jobs. Las Vegas home sales increased by 50.9 percent from June 2007 due to purchases of bank-owned properties.


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