Enjoy warm weather? If so, you may want to look into graduate schools in Nevada. Nearly three-quarters of Nevada's people live in Clark County, which contains the Las Vegas–Paradise metropolitan area and the state’s largest cities (Las Vegas, Reno, Paradise, Sunrise Manor and more).i
Nevada is the gambling capital of the United States, but also a leading entertainment center. Major resorts include Lake Tahoe, Reno and Las Vegas. Other tourist attractions and recreation areas include Lake Mead, the Hoover Dam, Virginia City and the Great Basin National Park. It’s easy to see that the economy of Nevada is directly tied to tourism- it even has the most hotel rooms per capita in the entire United States! ii
Nevada has a population of 2,839,099 as of the 2014 estimate, which is a 5.1% change from 2010. 22.4% of the residents have a Bachelor’s degree or higher, and the median household annual income is $52,800. The driest state in the nation, with an average annual rainfall of only about 7 in., much of Nevada is uninhabited, sagebrush-covered desert.iii
If studying in Nevada sounds like fun, check out the graduate degree programs below and get started on your education.