I graduated from college in 2004, and after a brief stint at the entry level, I stepped into my current position, which I’ve held for the last eight years. Now I’m looking for a new position, but the “work history” section of my resume has one entry, and I’ll be honest: It looks a little thin and sad. What can I do?
Take a closer look at the details of your history. Even though you’ve only held one job title, and possibly a single set of responsibilities, you’ve still found ways to learn and grow over the course of the past eight years. You’ll just need to figure out how to identify and explain each of the steps on your unique staircase. Try these tips.