'My school days were the happiest days of my life; which should give you some indication of the misery I've endured over the past twenty five years.' So said Paul Merton.
Divorce is a time of great change in every aspect of your life. Domestic disruption can offer (or sometimes force) a change in employment. You need to be prepared for this. We help you to be ready by suggesting ways to upskill yourself through education and training so you can aspire to a better job and a brighter future.
Getting up to date with technology is essential in today's job market and writing your CV is the first step on the road to a new career in your life after divorce so just follow our guide.
If you don't have the time, or can't afford, a full time course at college or university then a course with a distance learning school or the Open University could be just right for you.
Getting on with your life now that you are divorced gives you a chance for a fresh start. Now is the time to get back into the jobs market, to look for a more challenging career or to re-train.
It may be some time since you attended a job interview and it can be a daunting prospect. Take a deep breath and follow our guide if you are about to strike out again into the big world of work .
Now that you've got over the divorce bit you might be looking for a new job to commemorate your life after divorce and if you don't you certainly will need to keep the one you've got.
You don't have to be self employed to work from home, many employers will let you work from home for at least part of the week. This can offer much needed flexibility if you need to incorporate childcare into your working life.