I am a full-time mum and have been one ever since we came to the UK 5 years ago. Before this, I was a full-time student and have completed my Masters in Botany in India. Now my children are more grown up, I wish to start working (preferably in my own field). However, I have no work experience whatsoever and everywhere I have applied, they have asked me for work experience. How do I get the work experience?
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