SpecialtyCare is currently hiring in Las Vegas, and we’re throwing in a great benefits package, too. If you’re a big fan of the City of Lights, this is your lucky week. Everybody knows it’s one of the entertainment capitals of America, so if you’re in the mood for a change, this is for you! Let’s break down what it has to offer those in the perfusion and ATS fields who are considering a big city move.
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Before we get into all the attractions, let’s talk about weather. If you’re like most people who have never lived in Vegas, you might assume the climate is just too hot for comfortable living. The reality is, thanks to the sunshine, the temperatures in Vegas stay pretty reasonable at least 7 months out of the year. From January through April, average temperatures are near-perfect. They run anywhere from 60 to 80 degrees while the lows almost never reach below freezing. Sure, it can get hot in the summer, but think about all those wonderful 70/80 degree days, because you’ll be getting way more of those than the excessive heat. Plus, the sun comes out an average of 353 days a year.
So Many Attractions
Aside from the glorious casinos and nightlife, Vegas is jam-packed with exciting things to do every day and night of the week. First, you’ve got the world-class musical acts, some of them all year round. Imagine going to see these A-listers at the drop of a hat whenever you feel like it. Vegas is also known for its water and theme parks. There’s Wet’n’Wild Las Vegas, Cowabunga Bay Las Vegas, and Adventuredome, a 5-acre indoor amusement park located on the Strip. Also, let’s not forget Red Rock Canyon for you nature lovers, loaded with scenic hiking trails for miles.
We can’t mention Vegas without mentioning the sports. The NHL Vegas Golden Knights will easily keep hockey fans entertained when you need a break from the outdoors. The City of Lights also plays host to the world’s best boxing matches and the UFC. Every month, the UFC holds a pay-per-view event with its best fights, and at least 4 of them have taken place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Boxing is still the king sport, though, and during any given month, there are multiple fights lined up, ranging from welterweight to heavyweight.