I've been a consultant at my firm for six years now and it's time to move on. We're a decently well-known firm and our parent company is definitely a big name. However, this is the only job I've held since college and I feel like having just one position on my resume looks weak compared to others.
I've worked for nine clients on engagements ranging in duration from a few months to over a year and I feel that if each position was a "real" job for the companies itself, I'd have a nice variety of experience and it would look much better.
I know the standard practice for consultants is to break out some of the biggest projects and list them, but this still feels like it'll be seen after a recruiter already counts my number of employers and makes a judgement. What creative ways can I handle this?
As a follow-up question, do any of these rules change on LinkedIn? I'd love to list my clients under employers (with a title of consultant and concurrent employment dates with my firm) so that I actually get the logo on my page and it shows up easier for recruiters.