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The Las Vegas Strip

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The Las Vegas Strip

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This picture to me represents how much Las Vegas has changed within these few months and the Las Vegas strip is one of them. The strip has never been lonely it was always a place of tourism but ever since the pandemic started the tourism has slowly decreased and has affected people's jobs due to it. People have been laid off and those who weren't laid off have not been working their full hours therefore not gaining as much money as before. Plus, the economy right now isn't the best and not working the full 40 hours is causing lots of problems for families who only have one family member working at the moment. Speaking from experience since my dad had to get a second job due to his job working at the Bellagio not giving him enough hours so he wasn’t making the same money before. I hate seeing him work so much and I'm grateful he's doing what's best for our family.
Mendez, Andrew. “Nevada Casino Workers Concerned for Livelihood.” KUNR, 22 Mar 2020, www.kunr.org/post/nevada-casino-workers-concerned-livelihood#stream/0

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screenshot from the internet

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KUNR

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10/20/2020

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10/27/2020
09/18/2021
10/18/2021

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03/22/2020

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This item was submitted on October 20, 2020 by Paulina Espinoza using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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