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818 Jobs in Sparks, Nv

Founded in 1905 as a switching yard and repair center for the Southern Pacific Railroad, Sparks was originally named Harriman after the president of the railroad company. However, it was renamed soon after in honor of Nevada Governor John Sparks.

With around 100,000 people, Sparks is the fifth most populous city in Nevada. Located just east of Reno, Sparks benefits from Las Vegas and Nevada tourism and is equipped with resorts, outlets, and public parks. Gaming does feature in Sparks, but its main industries are aerospace and defense, health, IT, manufacturing and logistics, and natural resource technologies. Please keep reading to find out more about jobs in Sparks, the main attractions of the area, and some of the major employers in the region.

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Nevada is one of the seven US states without a personal income tax and does not have corporate income tax either. The benefits for startups and expanding companies in the area are great, attracting diverse and innovative businesses in a variety of sectors. Aerospace is huge in the region, but there are also many jobs in Sparks at construction companies like Riddio Construction, Q &D Construction, and Jensen Precast who manufacture precast concrete. In technology, you can work for VIA Technologies, and the Red Hawk Golf and Resort provides opportunities in resorts and hospitality.

Less ostentatious than nearby Reno, Sparks is populated by working professionals and young families. Sparks has a good school district, plenty of parks and bars, and restaurants. There is only one high-rise casino but, should you wish to gamble, you can head out to Reno or Las Vegas. Working in Sparks offers short commutes, with the average time clocking in at less than 20 minutes. You are also about an hour and 40 minutes’ scenic drive from stunning Lake Tahoe. With sandy beaches, mountain ski resorts, and fresh, clear water, Lake Tahoe is well worth the journey. The city’s events calendar includes annual festivals such as Star Spangled Sparks, Hot August Nights, and Nugget Best in the West Rib Cook-Off.

Some of the biggest businesses in Sparks are trade in energy and utilities. Nelson Electric is one of the largest suppliers in Northern Nevada, while Western Nevada Supply also has its headquarters in Sparks. Sierra Nevada specializes in aerospace electronic systems including microsatellites, commercial orbital transportation services, and telemedicine. The firm has more than 3,000 employees, with just under 40% ethnic minorities and almost 30% female. Another of the biggest employers in Sparks, The Nugget Casino Resort, has been headquartered there since 1955 and consistently features in ‘best companies to work for’ lists. With almost 3,000 employees and annual revenue of a little under $3 million, the company offers many opportunities in the gaming and hospitality sector. Tesla also has a base in Sparks.