Getting an education in audio engineering in Nevada could be a great way to both learn and experience audio and video production up close.
Las Vegas offers some of the most incredible audio and video shows on earth. It would be tough not be inspired by the atmosphere there.
Just outside of Las Vegas is Henderson Nevada. There are a couple schools we like there, but outside of Las Vegas there aren’t many options. Maybe consider online.
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Nevada Audio Engineering Schools
- Audio Production (BS)
Your creativity is a big part of who you are and where you’re going. To take it, and your future, as far as you want, you need an education that’s focused on developing your talents and putting you on the path toward the creative career that stirs your imagination.
The Bottom Line on Working in Nevada
Nevada is one of the more exciting states in the U.S. as far as entertainment and things to do. The state was destined for greatness from the very beginning during the gold rush.
It is home to Las Vegas, one of only two round courthouses in the country (The other is located in Pennsylvania), and area 51.
Las Vegas is the 7th largest state in the nation.
The average cost of living in Nevada is only about 5% below the national average. That means it is close enough to the national average that many other states will have roughly the same prices. The average annual income for the state is surprisingly lower than the national average at about $42,000.
For an audio engineer the average annual income is around $67,000. This may have something to do with the number of schools geared toward audio engineering.