Why do you need to watch out? The quick answer is: Old news may not fit a new day. Adding your current or most recent job before earlier employments may give you the sense that you have completed the task. Stopping at this point, though, may undermine your chances to be a good fit to the job you now seek. A better approach is to pay attention to key words used in job postings, identify industry changes, and observe job trends. Then adjust the descriptions of earlier employments also. As you consider your current or most recent position, ask yourself: Did my responsibilities expand from the first day of the job? Is it time to move up a notch or two as I search for my next employment? If so, you can reflect these answers in your resume.
Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82286072839
Led by Marilyn Tullius, Resume Specialist in Career Transitioning
Additional information at https://www.meetup.com/Resume-Workshops-San-Francisco-Oakland-East-Bay/