Our expert says:
Sounds like you have somehow lost your map, and I don't understand the easoning behind your career moves. Couldn't you have studied for the diploma that interested you, part-time, while continuing with your previous job ? In the new field, you surely can't uey get a worthwhile job, and presumably employers in your old field would be worried abou someone who apparently walked out of a good post for no reason they would see as convincing.
I don't understand the comparisons you are looking for --- students don't make money, and your previous position is irrelevant to your current student earning capacity. The average woman of your age if still or again a student, would not be earning much, nor expecting to ; or she would be settled either in her family or chosen job. The average person who leaves a good job and resumes a stuent life, would probably be in the same position you find yourself in, but wouldn't be surprised by this
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