You use the word "currently" to tell how something is now, but also to suggest that it was different in the past or will change in the future. For example:

Well, currently I'm an accountant at a commercial real estate company.

This suggests that the speaker has had different jobs in the past or might want to change her job soon.

"Currently" is a little formal so it fits well in written and televised news stories.

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