I did 3 years in college from 2001-2004, didn't graduate and since then, nothing. At the beginning of my 4th year, I had my 2nd child with every intention of going right back after he was born. But I didn't because I loved being home with him so much. Also I had a 6 yr old that I had when I was in high school and felt like I missed most of her babyhood by staying in school so much. Since then I haven't returned to school because I owed sallie mae AND the university I attended. So I've been a waitress ever since.
Now I am marrying this great guy who has just finished school and our plan was that he finishes, find a job, then I go back and finish. In the mean time I'm looking for a better job. Should I still put the ''some college'' on my resume? I mean, it's been 6 years since I've stepped foot into a college. Would it look like I'm a quitter to potential employers?
Asked by Anonymous at 8:38 AM on Apr. 11, 2010 in Money & Work
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Answer by kuriequinn at 8:51 AM on Apr. 11, 2010
Unfortunately if you say you are planning on returning to school one day that would mean you will quit your job.
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