As a Nevada border town, Primm’s economy is based on gaming and tourism. There are more than a thousand employees in Primm with a range of job options.
The Primm economy has taken a serious hit in recent years due to health conditions and the closure of Buffalo Bill's Resort and Casino, the Star of the Desert Arena, and some stores and restaurants. This has resulted in significant job loss in Primm.
Despite setbacks, there are a variety of hospitality and retail jobs in Primm. With two casinos, more than a dozen restaurants, more than two dozen stores, one hotel, a golf club, and three convenience stores, there are jobs available.
Jobs available may include retail sales associates, restaurant workers, and security. These jobs are at the Prizm Outlets, at the casinos, and other locations in town.
There are also other businesses in Primm such as a towing company and an apartment complex. There is no grocery store in Primm, but there are at least three convenience stores.
There are also jobs available on the California side of the border near Primm such as at the Lotto Store, the Mountain Pass agricultural inspection station, or the massive Ivanpah Solar Plant a few miles south of Primm.
They offer a wide range of job opportunities including food and beverage, casino dealers, customer service, maintenance, and housekeeping.
The Primm Valley Resort also has other career opportunities in accounting, engineering, operations, marketing, security, human resources, and carpentry. You can view Primm job opportunities on their website.
Other larger employers in Primm include MGM Resorts International, which owns the Primm Valley Golf Course, and Starbucks.