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33 million Americans rely on restaurants for all or part of their Thanksgiving meal.
Restaurant job growth shows no signs of slowing and there are indications that job vacancies are becoming more difficult to fill.
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Personal preference and availability are strong influencers of which ethnic cuisines consumers tend to eat, but another factor also plays a role – ancestry.
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