by Torski Dobson-Arnold
I am preparing my resume and have a few issues. For the last 10 years, I did not have to work as I was married to a wealthy man. When I took work, it was something fun and it generally lasted no longer than a year. Eventually I went to college to get an Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies, but I didn’t complete it. My husband recently died and his money, rightfully, will go to his kids. So here I am with three credits left to complete a degree that I never intended to use. I have limited past employment that was diverse but short lived. Is there any way to spin this positively?
Dear Penniless Widow,
There are a few options for you: