Las Vegas losing its tourist appeal

The city of gambling entertainment that never sleeps witnesses exodus amid rising local unemployment.

    The US city of Las Vegas has made its name as a gambling and entertainment destination, pulling in millions of tourists each year.

    But not everyone who lives there shares in the wealth, with an unemployment rate that is ranked among the highest in the country.

    Many are now leaving their homes to find work elsewhere, as Rob Reynolds reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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