James Campos has been named deputy administrator of Nevada Department of Employment,Training & Rehabilitation and will be charge of its new workforce solutions section.
Campos previously served as commissioner of the consumer affairs division in the state’s Department of Business and Industry. Campos holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees from the University of Maryland, master’s in business from the University of Glasgow, Scotland, and a post-graduate business certificate from Georgetown University in Washington D.C.
Northern Nevada pet stores see demand for supplies – and for animals themselves – rise in age of COVID
More than a third (34%) of pet owners have increased pet-related spending since COVID hit in March; and, nearly half (47%) of pet owners have pet-related debt, up from 36% in 2019.