ZZZ - GMG - VEGAS INC 2011-2014

May 21, 2012

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MAY 21, 2012 / YOUR BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS WEEKLY EMPLOYERS/ EMPLOYEES SPECIAL FOCUS This month, VEGAS INC highlights the workplaces and employees. APPROVAL OF WEB GAMING MAY BOOST CASINOS NATIONWIDE By Richard N. Velotta senior staff writer T he approval of the head of online largest association says. TOAST OF THE TOWN: Claire Oshima, leſt, vice president of education for the Vegas Young Professionals Toastmasters Club, speaks during a meeting in the Emergency Arts building downtown last week. Toastmasters is an organization of clubs that encourages members to improve public speaking and leadership skills. STEVE MARCUS DIPLOMA IN HAND: WHAT NOW? New grads face stiff competition in job market By Conor Shine staff writer levels of student loan debt, these young people will face stiff competition for fewer jobs and the pros- pect of lower starting salaries than their predecessors. They may have to take part-time work or a job in a field outside their degree. Many are moving back in with their parents while they look for work and staying even after they find employment in order to save money. W SEE MILLENIALS, PAGE 14 ith graduations taking place across the country this month and next, a new wave of college students is preparing to enter the workforce. ¶ But the job market those workers will encounter is drastically different than it was even five years ago. ¶ Burdened with record INSIDE TODAY BEST PLACES TO WORK VEGAS INC's special publication recognizes some of Southern Nevada's top workplaces. EMERGING FROM BANKRUPTCY | P. 7 Las Vegas Monorail receives approval of its reorganization plan from the courts. THE LIST | P. 22 This week: Publicly Reporting Companies Our Property Managers guarantee ultimate customer ser vice to you and your tenants. Call us. Frank Fahrenkopf, president and CEO of the American Gaming Association, said if Internet anything, gambling the approval would start of expand existing operations, because younger players more comfortable with online transactions would online and eventually find their way to local casinos. poker at "Because we're talking about Internet this time, I could see how offering it online might hurt a small casino that's dependent on poker," he said. "But we've spent significant time on is the impact of gambling gaming wouldn't negatively impact land-based casinos, the industry's the Internet on existing operations, and our research concludes that it wouldn't result in a SEE GAMING PAGE 13 3065 S. Jones Blvd. Ste. 201 • Las Vegas, NV 89146-6780 • 702.388.1800 • info@mdlgroup.com Brokerage • ProPerty ManageMent

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