I have updated my resume a few months ago, but now I need to make a small change to it, and it actually gets a little confusing for me. I need to either consolidate some of my experiences or leave some off (although I really don't have too much experience) for them to fit on one page. right now it looks like this: (from newest to oldest) - long term sub at X district - sub at X district - sub at Y district (technically still employed) - student teacher at Y district - classroom assistant at Z district I think, for it to be absolutely accurate it should look like this: - sub at X district - long term sub at x district - sub at X district (which sounds redundant) - sub at Y district (I'll still be working there) - student teacher at Y district - I think at this point I can leave off the classroom assistant at Z district, it was for 6 months, but only 2 years ago. Or should I keep it? I am planning on applying at that very same district for a teaching position (they have openings), so for them I'll probably keep it on). I was thinking: should I just leave off that I am now just subbing at district X and explain it in my cover letter? I think it would look better if I had my long term job at the very top of the resume. But that could make it look like I didn't take the time to update my resume. My long term assignment ended on June 30th, just about 2 weeks ago, so I don't know what to do Please let me know, what would you do?