We’re thankful for all our turkey-related MBA resumes

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, MBA Focus (www.mbafocus.com) would like to thank all of our corporate clients and school partners for your ongoing business and support. And this year, we’d like to give thanks to all of the wonderful job-seeking MBA candidates participating in our database—we enjoy having the opportunity to work with you and we commend you for your academic and professional accomplishments.

Thanksgiving Day is a holiday celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada. But did you know that several other places around the world observe similar celebrations? It’s true. Below is a list of countries which celebrate Thanksgiving and the number of candidates in our database who are authorized to work in each of those countries:

  • United States: 52,364
  • Canada: 1,703
  • Germany: 511
  • Grenada: 127
  • Japan: 570
  • Korea: 851
  • Liberia: 124
  • Netherlands: 305
  • Norfolk Island: 115

Our online resume database can also be filtered by keyword. A quick search of our candidates’ resumes turns up some interesting keywords, including:

  • Turkey: 1,303
  • Pie: 53
  • Corn: 144
  • Stuffing: 14
  • Thanks: 136
  • Football: 3,734
  • Family: 5,973

Candidates also listed as previous employers these notable Thanksgiving Day companies:

  • NFL: 345
  • Butterball: 7
  • Eberly: 8
  • Murray's: 218
  • Plainville: 21
  • Macy's: 293

We hope you found this special Thanksgiving post fun and perhaps even helpful. We’d love to hear from you—what are you thankful for this recruiting season?

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