It’s Tuesday – Day 2 of working from home with my kids, ages 4, 8 and 9 – and I’m already exhausted. Truly.
It’s no secret that El Paso has an acute shortage of physicians – really everything health-care related. It’s been a common refrain for years if not decades, because it’s true. And it impacts anyone who has made an appointment and sat in a waiting room in El Paso, meaning pretty much everybody.
Your small business doesn’t need to open an expensive plant to get in on the $40-billion-a-year industry of cross-border manufacturing in the El Paso-Juárez borderplex.
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