It is time to be grateful!

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    2020 has not been an easy year for a lot of us, we know it, but there is still plenty to be thankful for and we should take the time this thanksgiving day to pause, live up to what the day really means and show appreciation for all the things and people in our lives we are thankful for. In the Aquaculture and Fishery industries, there is a lot we can be grateful for, that is why at AquacultureTalent we are taking our time with this post to value and cherish everything we are thankful for this year.

    We are thankful for each and every single one of the excellent human beings we have come across, not only this year, but through all the time we have been in business, you all are the reason we are here today and will remain for time to come, you have taught us so much and helped us redesign and reinvent ourselves over and over again, all of our candidates and clients have shown us how amazing this industry is, and we have no doubt there is still a lot of growth awaiting for aquaculture and fishery, and we are ready to keep playing a part on that growth.

    I am thankful for all the relationships I have made over the past year with AquacultureTalent! What an awesome industry full of wonderful people!

    Leah stoker, seinor recruiter – aquaculturetalent
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    We are thankful for how these industries have pushed and thrived throughout the pandemic which has put many companies between a rock and a hard place, even though some could not make it, we have hope they will rebuild from the ground up.

    We want to show gratitude for all of the organizations and federal institutions that have provided several forms of assistance and aid toward companies and start-ups in aquaculture and fisheries. We appreciate the continuous growth and research developments in the industry, it shows what we are really made of and where we are aiming.

    Thankful for my colleagues and everything we have been able to learn as a team

    Andrea Mujica, Talent Acquisition Recruiter at AquacultureTalent

    And last but not least we are thankful for the AquacultureTalent team, who have pushed doors and put out fires that have helped us grow as a global organization.

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