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I'm looking for better ways to format my resume. As a "typical millennial" I've done a bit of job hopping and I'm looking for my next opportunity.
As it is currently, I have my 1st contract job which lasted about 6 months, then i had a touring type of contract job that lasted about 7 months, then worked a full-time job for 2.5 years, then went freelance for a year, and now I've been back at a different full-time job for about 5 months now.
I want to be able to format my resume in a way that looks less "job-hoppy" but I know I am in a tough situation. I've left every previous job for better opportunity and higher pay. My current full-time job since returning from freelance (where I worked on the other side of the country) is not really what they advertised in my interview and I am absolutely miserable to be honest. I'm not doing the work I was first presented any longer dispite me bringing up the issue.
Long story short, I'm looking for another full-time job but I'm not sure how to make my long list of experiences look more appealing. I currently have each job listed by month I started and left. With my freelance year, I organize it only by client and no description, just a title since there were so many. I should also note that i have done over 100 freelance gigs before I started working full-time coporate over 4 years ago, but I have been under the assumption that it's best to leave them off as it is so many and I'm looking for something full-time. All of my jobs/gigs have been in the same field. Any helpful tips? Also, apologies for typos...I'm phone writing. :-)
Thank you very much.