Regulars in immigration will no doubt find no surprise in the following graph, but for those in other fields, there might be some interest in this abbreviated Thanksgiving post.
Evident in the data above is a clear seasonal bias toward the summer months. The easy explanation for this is geography. We live on a seasonal planet, and we have a seasonal economy. Migrant workers in particular, both in agriculture and in the trades, are likely to see greater employment opportunities in summer months. Navidades notwithstanding, Old Man Winter is as stingy as ever.
William J. Clark
Is a Master's Candidate at UT- Dallas. He is interested in rhetoric.