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For a series of unfortunate reasons, I'm in a situation where I have a full-time job, two part-time jobs (5 and 20 hours/week), and also minor self-employment. I've found a new full-time job I'd like to replace my current full-time job with - As my other jobs are flexible, I know they won't impact my ability to do the new job, but I'm afraid it will seem to employers:
- Like I'm too busy to commit to the full-time position. I'm 100% sure that I will have the time and energy to commit to this job, as my current one is likely more demanding, and I do my current job without any issues.
- As if I'm lying/making mistakes on my resume. It's pretty rare in the UK to have so many jobs.
These part-time jobs aren't particularly relevant to the job I'm applying for, though my self-employment is. I know normally you shouldn't bother with listing irrelevant/short jobs, but they're all current employments, and I've been in all these jobs for at least a year, now.
Should I list all my current employments? Even the less relevant ones?