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Adapting a resume to get a promotion
Hello, this is kinda of embarassing but i'm wondering how exactly one "adapts" or "tailors" their resume to get a job.
There's a job opening at my current place of employ for a better job. I want it, but i'm not sure how to put my best foot forward.
I'm currently a Games tester and i want to be a Senior tester, which implies managing testers.
I did not have a lot of jobs with applicable experience. in fact, i have not had a lot of jobs period.
But i've been working as a tester for 4-ish years now, so i do know a lot about that part of the job.
Do I abrige my Resume, removing/just listing the other jobs without extrapolating on what i did there? I honestly don't know how that works. i have a lot of skills that are applicable, just, not a whole lot of which came from my brief stint as a MLM recruiter.
Thanks in advance.