Our expert says:
I'm wondering why you feel the need to have 3 degrees, rather than 2. This may mak you appear over-qualified and under-experienced, to many possible employers. Personally, as someone who has been a widely pulished writer for decades, I think it is very unwise for someone, especially anyone starting out, to expect to support themselves by writing, rather than developing the skills, contacts and opportunities as a hobby or sideline. Very few writers start off being able to support themselves by their writing. But that shouldn't stop anyone from writing whenever they can, nor from constantly scanning for opportunities to write for publication.
Are you clearly focussed on the right sort of jobs that are available for someone with whatever qualifications and experience you have ? Why not volunteer to work as an unpaid intern with businesses in your line of potential work, or with voluntary groups, NGOs and charities, so as to be agreeably occupied, gain experience and credibility in your fields of interest ?
Interesting typo, Degress instead of degrees, reminiscent of digress, as too many degrees can become a digression.
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