Mexico has been on a hiring spree for nearly a decade, but the pace of growth has slowed recently, as many locals have been unable to find good jobs.
With no jobs and the economy in a state of disarray, the country has been in need of an alternative for travelers.
The travel agency in question, the boutique travel organization, is an ambitious move that will have a huge impact on the Mexican economy.
The company, which opened in March, plans to open up new branches in Mexico City, Mexico City and Mexico City.
“It’s going to be the biggest investment in our country’s history,” said Jaime Gonzalez, co-founder of the company.
In addition to providing jobs for local residents, the travel agency will also help attract more tourists to Mexico.
“[The expansion] will create thousands of new jobs,” Gonzalez said.
With the opening of a boutique travel office in Mexico, the company will be able to employ some 40 people.
Gonzalez said that it will also allow him to expand his travel business.
According to the company, the expansion will create over 200 new jobs in the Mexican tourism industry, with most of the new jobs coming from the new offices.
While the company is a small entity, Gonzalez hopes that it has the capacity to attract other boutique travel companies to Mexico and to become a big force in the industry.
For now, however, Gonzalez is only able to see the potential of this new branch.
It’s unclear whether the new branch will actually open up a branch in Mexico in the future.
Regardless, the new boutique is a huge deal for Mexico, as the country continues to be in a recession.
Mexico has been struggling to attract tourists since the financial crisis of 2008, which led to a significant decline in tourism.
Since then, the tourism industry has seen an even bigger decline.
As the economy continues to stagnate, many Mexican residents have been forced to find jobs to support their families, and many are unable to make ends meet.
If the boutique office in Chihuahua opens, it will be the first expansion of its kind in the country, and it will help to expand the number of people in the travel industry in Mexico.
According to Business Insider, there are currently over 1.6 million tourists in Mexico and the country is expected to be on track to reach its target of 2.4 million visitors this year.