It came as no surprise to El Pasoans that our city was voted the third best place in America to raise a family. Cost of living is relatively low, the crime rate is below the national average, and the climate is preferred by many, especially by those wheelers who have gotten tired of colder climates and shoveling snow off driveways and sidewalks every winter. A combined metropolitan population of 2.7 million people (El Paso, along with Las Cruces and Juarez, Mexico) constitutes the largest bilingual, binational workforce in the Western Hemisphere. There are great work opportunities for bilingual wheelers in the telecommunications sector, such as customer service representatives. Commute times throughout the city are relatively low and accessible housing is abundant. The city continues to grow at an exponential rate allowing for new facilities at both ends of the city with great accessibility.
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