Posted by: Debbie Abrams Kaplan | April 3, 2011

Kaplan March Madness Ends…with a Job

And the winner is??????

After 9 interviews in 5 states in one month, Mark accepted an offer at Pfizer, in a new division they’re starting up in NYC. He’ll be starting in a few weeks, with initial training in…Boston. Go figure.

We thank everyone for their support and good cheer. We have lots of mixed feelings about all sorts of things, but we won’t share those here. We are grateful Mark got an offer he’s excited about, and a job he’s excited about. Plus you can look forward to continued posts about my garden this summer and me making fun of New Jersey. And in spite of our love of Boston and California, and our friends and family in those locations, we are excited to continue our East Coast adventure. Until the Kaplan Curse puts Pfizer, or at least that division, out of business. Stay tuned.


Responses

  1. Congratulations! That’s great news.

  2. Awe man! CA’s loss is Jersey’s gain. Congratulations to you all. I’m so glad Mark found something that he is excited about.

  3. so glad to hear the good news for all of you. Hopefully we’ll be able to see you in NJ on one of the times we come down!

  4. Wonderful news. Mazel tov to Mark (and you)! So now we’ll see you at The Shore!

  5. Congrats to all of you!! So glad that you don’t have to move (and that you are staying on this coast!).

    Audrey and Michael

  6. Hooray! Perhaps these Californians will be able to see you soon anyway… July family reunion at The Shore.

  7. Congratulations! This really is NJ’s gain! Good luck Mark.


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