Over the last few
Hi all Should I use "I have been" with "over the last few years" definition? Thanks beforehand
Yes, if it's something you've been doing consistently throughout the past few years and continue to do:
I have been working at this office over the last few years.
If it's something you had been doing consistently, but then stopped doing, use this:
I had been working at that office over the last few years, but I changed jobs last month.
If it's something you had been doing, but inconsistently and not anymore, this construction is better:
I worked at that office on and off over the last few years.
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