I am hoping someone has some good advice on this. My situation is that for the past 5 years, I have had a very unstable employment history. This is because of needing to move several times and also for my last move, an overseas move. Due to problems getting approved for a working permit in my new country, I was unemployed for my first year here.
I now have all the permits needed and even have a job teaching. In addition, I have strong letters of recommendation from previous supervisors, including one company president.
My challenge is that my CV (I'm in Europe now) shows a series of short term positions and periods of unemployment. Consequently, I may not be generating the interest I feel I should be getting due to the past few years.
As a result, I am thinking that I should include all my letters of reference with my CV for applications so that my good results are documented and it may provide a way to overcome the employment instability. I realize this is not the norm, but I feel I need to do something to get past this barrier.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how to present this on my CV in a better light? I wouldn't even think about putting any inaccurate info on my CV/resume, so that's not an option.
Thank you for your feedback!