I have a sentence like this:
Since I graduated, I have been working for xyz in abc.
Since can mean:
in the intervening period between (the time mentioned) and the time under consideration, typically the present.
for the reason that: because.
As both fit, the sentence is a little ambiguous in my opinion. I want it to mean the first (time duration). How do I make sure it does that?
"Since the time I..." sounds valid to me, but is there a better way to put it?