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The amount of white collar job openings in Bangladesh on average is not enough to satiate the needs of the thousands of graduates that want jobs.

The amount of white collar job openings in Bangladesh on average is not enough to satiate the needs of the thousands of graduates who want jobs.

Are the above sentences correct? Can I use who and that for plural nouns?

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As you are talking about people, who is more polite, and idiomatic, than that.

If you are talking about objects - such as cars or houses - then that is the one to use.

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    While who is correct and conventional, that is also possible after a person or people. For example, it's acceptable to write: The pirates that roamed the Atlantic / the gunman that opened fire, / the soldiers that I saw Commented Oct 28, 2022 at 7:46
  • @RonaldSole Yes, I do not disagree with that.
    – WS2
    Commented Oct 28, 2022 at 20:12

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