Working in El Paso

EL PASO IS HOME TO SOME FORMIDABLE INDUSTRIES, including over 70 Fortune 500 companies. The dominant local industries are electronics, apparel, food processing, defense, and health care (Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce).

Mexico is the United States' third largest trade partner. In 1965, the Mexican government established the Maquiladora Program to attract foreign manufacturers to set up operations on the border.

The Maquilas, or Twin Plants, have provided employment to over 135,000 Mexican workers in over 320 plants and have created some 30,000 jobs for El Pasoans (Industrial Development Council).

El Paso is home to some formidable industries, including over 70 Fortune 500 companies.



Retirement
Senior citizens from all over the country choose to come to El Paso to spend their golden years. Besides the mild climate, low humidity, and friendly people, El Paso offers seniors an affordable retirement.

Good weather year round has turned El Paso into an outdoor playground, ideal for Tennis, golf, swimming, jogging ... count on keeping yourself busy just about any time.

Seniors can choose from a wide range of housing options: condominiums, apartments, or freestanding homes. For those who opt for a retirement community, El Paso has such excellent choices as the White Acres Good Samaritan Village, Montevista at Coronado, the Mountain View Place Nursing Center, and a great many others.



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