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We are grateful to be celebrating 25 years of success as a certified women-owned technology services company. Talent recruiting is our core expertise. From our humble genesis in 1992 as a home-based startup, Elite Technical has grown into a nationally recognized provider of Information Technology and Engineering services with in both commercial and federal markets. We're always seeking passionate, innovative and ambitious people to join us in our continued mission to grow our business and our brand within the technology industry. Get to know what we’re about – our culture, values and our commitment to your satisfaction. Let’s Be Social- Follow us on LinkedIn.
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By Joe Monaco 22 Nov, 2017

Most Everything You Learned About Thanksgiving is Wrong, according to a report by the same name in today’s edition of The New York Times (11.21.17). The article featured a historian’s view that the nation’s celebration of Thanksgiving as a day of gratitude and friendship between Native Americans and English settlers in 1623 is based on misinformation.

The reporter noted that the truth of how Pilgrims and Native Americans ended up feasting together is probably unknown. The imperfection of oral tradition and alleged embellishments over the years fuel the controversy. In fact, Thanksgiving wasn’t even official until President Abraham Lincoln declared a national day of gratitude in appreciation for Civil War victories in 1863, rather than an unusual social experience and shared harvest between cultural groups.

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Does it really matter when or how Thanksgiving began? We believe the spirit of Thanksgiving and the acts we do today are what count most. We believe sharing a meal brings people closer together, and cultivating gratitude leads to the happiness and fulfillment so important in life and work.

There’s no need to debunk Thanksgiving. The world is better for its spirit. Findings of a 2007 study by Robert Emmons, who researched gratitude through a psychological lens, found that expressing gratitude improves mental, physical and relational well-being. Emmons concludes gratitude has the power to heal, energize and change lives. It impacts the experience of happiness, and the benefits of gratitude are long-lasting. Giving thanks is healthy!

At Elite Technical, Thanksgiving Day reminds us of the blessings we’ve enjoyed in shared partnership with our team, our contractors, our clients, and our community. Thanksgiving Day is one more opportunity to say “Thank You” to the many people who give meaning to the work we do each day. We thank you all.

As business leaders, we appreciate the way Ayn Rand characterized our Thanksgiving tradition. This Russian-American novelist born and educated in the USSR before immigrating to the U.S. in 1926, said: “Thanksgiving is a typically American holiday. The lavish meal is a symbol of the fact that abundant consumption is the result and reward of production,” said Rand, who authored The Fountainhead (1943) and Atlas Shrugged (1957), among other literary works.

Elite Technical’s talent recruiting team  worked productively in 2017 to ensure excellent placements for the skilled IT and Engineering experts we represent, as well as the companies we supply. Our team is still at it, and we are grateful for their success. As we prepare for Thanksgiving travels, bountiful meals, and moments with family, we appreciate the spirit of people who strive each day to serve the needs of others and, in doing so, enjoy the rewards of their hard work and generous spirit. It is both deserved and appreciated.

May you also enjoy a blessedly productive life of abundance with many reasons for Thanksgiving, today, tomorrow and always.
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