Can you tell me if the tenses are properly used in this sentence? :
"Since I moved to England (I still live in England), I've had a change of career".
Here's the way I understand it Will17. You still live there, but you moved once. It's more of a completed, temporary action, you're not in an ongoing state of moving. So,
a/ Since I moved to England, I've had a change of career.
b/ Ever since I first heard it I've been trying to find a recording of that song.
c/ Since I've known him, he's always worn the same sweater.