Miller describes the recent moves as pent-up demand that brewed prior to the pandemic, but facing hurdles in 2020.
"Businesses in Nevada are subject to less paperwork, lower costs, access to labor and the location. It's easy to access West Coast ports," Miller said, noting trends in manufacturing, technology and medicine.
The Governor's Office of Economic Development said since spring re-openings, there has been a high uptick from corporations seeking incentives to move to the Silver State.
Nevada’s job growth over the past five years has been the best in the country.
People continue to flock to the state with Nevada expected to have the highest population growth through 2023. People are chasing jobs with the state projected by Moody’s Analytics to have the second fastest employment growth during that time.