High tech jobs require more than high speed Internet, the employees staffed need to find affordable housing, which is why more technology giants in Silicon Valley are recruiting their workers from Las Vegas, Nevada. Las Vegas tech workers live in homes. Homes they will soon own. Whereas Silicon Valley rooms smaller than an walk in closet can cost between $2000 and $5000 each month. The Nevada airport named after Senator McCarrran down the street from Las Vegas Boulevard is buzzing with business each weekday as early morning employees from as far away as Anthem in Henderson fly cheap to join their employees in San Francisco. Flights to California can go as low as $20 one way for the nonstop frequent flier. Plus the cost of the flights are a tax write off at the end of the year. Colorado corporations are taking notice. Flights that leave each hour from Las Vegas to high tech hubs in Colorado have increased. Sonoma County, California has an airport built by the late cartoonist Charles M. Schultz. The Wine Country airport named after Schulz is talking about non-stop flights to Las Vegas, because demand for high quality technical employees that live in houses in Las Vegas is high. Forget the freeway. Soon Las Vegas residents will be flying to work twice a day to companies surrounded by $3000 apartments for rent. In Las Vegas, $3000 can buy you a home instead of rent you a closet.