I'm listing all my work experiences on resume but for my current job I added a little label which reads "Currently Working". For some reason this doesn't seem right to me. What's the best way to specify this ?
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I would suggest employed;
persons who are employed full-time or part-time during a specified payroll period. Temporary employees and those on paid-leave are included in this definition.
If you have shown beginning and end dates on your prior jobs, you can simply put this (e.g.) for your current job:
- April 2012–present
(by the way, that's an en-dash, not a hyphen. Ranges of dates are separated by en-dashes.)
How about working? Having a paying job; employed.