I had posted my resume on Monster some time ago and actually had forgotten that I had. Then, out of the blue, I am contacted via email from a company looking for my qualifications. They set up a phone interview, followed with an in-person interview and gave me a verbal offer on the spot! I know I should be ecstatic, and I am, but I just can't help feeling they are going to change their minds after looking at my resume more closely and find that maybe I'm not the person they want for the job. I used to have a fantastic resume - great education, excellent employers and a desire to climb the corporate ladder all the way to the top and then I found that special someone, got married, quit my job and moved to the U.S. Timing was not good on our part (9-11) and the application process for getting my landed immigrant status moved at a snails pace resulting in my having a 3 year gap in employment which I followed up with a part-time retail job for a lot longer than I had anticipated (we were not happy in the city we were living and were ready to move as soon as my husband got a better opportunity). Now, with the huge gap and under-employed work history as my most recent experience, I just can't imagine anyone would want me. My husband thinks I'm crazy and can't stand that I sometimes think so little of myself and to just get on with it....it just seems like this position fell into my lap too easily and that I'm not worthy given all the other people out there looking for work for months on end, how getting a job with gaps in a resume is tantamount to winning the lottery (according to one site I visited) and the fact that I had had very little interest in my resume before now. Sorry for the long post - I just needed to let that out somewhere as my hubby doesn't want to hear anymore of my babbling Don't get me wrong, I am thrilled to have this job and am eager to prove my worth - it just seems to good to be true. Thanks for reading.