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Rachele Marshall
Works at University of Western Ontario
Attends McMaster University
Lives in London, ON, Canada
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Migration is the story of my life: my parents and grandparents journeyed across four continents to flee war and find jobs, eventually finding their way to the US. And yet I am disturbed by a deeply troubling part of today’s migration story: collectively, we celebrate entrepreneurs’ attempts to migrate to space while tens of millions of people, desperate to escape despicable conditions, walk, swim, and sail their way through migrant purgatory here...
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How well do you know recruiters? Good? Great? Better than anyone? Well, no matter how well you know recruiters, here are 11 facts about the hiring professionals that might surprise you -  1. They are happier with their jobs than the average person Seventy-eight percent of recruiters are happy with their jobs, which
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Education
  • McMaster University
    Kinesiology, 2008 - present
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  • University of Western Ontario
    off-Campus Housing Coordinator, 2014 - present
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London, ON, Canada
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Hamilton, ON, Canada - Belfast, United Kingdom
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DO NOT use this walk-in if you need a referral for blood/lab work. I needed testing for a bacterial infection. After almost a week I was still hurting and had heard nothing, so I contacted the lab and found out they never sent the results because the doctor from the clinic was not in their system. After finally getting them to fax it to Oxford, I was ushered out the door by the nurse that took a quick look at the paper that the results were fine. I suffered 2 more weeks of abdominal distress and then got a call telling me to come in and discuss the results - which turned out to be in fact, POSITIVE (and I have an ulcer now). If I had a more serious condition I could've been extremely sick right now. So I would highly recommend using your family doctor or different clinic to get tests ordered.
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