Ricardo Figueroa, who works for E.P.S. Financial, is a recent Easton transplant:
"I moved to Pennsylvania recently. I closed my business in New York and my sister was in Macungie, and I was just going back and forth and I bumped into someone I knew and they were like, 'Oh, there's a new starter business in Easton,' and they introduced me and I just took the job, and it's been a big change in my life."
"What's the difference between having a business in New York and in Easton?"
"Well, I don't own the business, but I work for the starter company which is really successful. It's a little more low-key; you have more time to do things. The space: it's competitive because we're a nationwide company, but you just have more time. It's more easygoing here. I like it."
These are the stories of the people of Easton, PA