|Interpretation of Scoring for Part III
If you score 20 or above, you have strong spousal or other family support for a relaunch. Couple this with a high score in Part I and you’re off to a strong start, regardless of your score in Part II.
If you score between 15 and 19, you have a reasonable amount of support for a relaunch. Coupled with a high score in Part I and II your challenge is manageable. If you have a low score in Part II, you may need to engage outside childcare resources in order to relaunch.
If you score less than 15, you’re not getting much spousal or other familial support for a transition back to work. However, if you scored high in Part I and II, you may not need that much support to pull it off. If you scored low in Part II, you’ll almost certainly need to engage outside resources to help you with your childcare responsibilities. And you should continue to revisit the relaunch issue with your husband or other close family members to see if you can garner more support.
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