EL PASO — Hewlett-Packard's already outgrown its first facility and on Monday it opened a whole new applications delivery center.
Among those at the opening today were Mayor John Cook and State Rep. Dee Margo. The opening certainly means more well-paying jobs in El paso.
"We're going to have a very significant presence here in El Paso, and we're going to be looking forward to recruiting the right kind of talent," so that we can support not just our clients, but all kinds of domain expertise in a lot of the technical disciplines that hp is known for."
According to HP's website, there are more than 260 jobs available in El Paso. Most require a bachelor's in Computer Science.