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You’ve been a dutiful job seeker for a while, and finally, you’ve found a position … that you could do blindfolded. But after you’re called in for an interview, the hiring manager utters the dreaded “o” word — overqualified. Still, you really want this position. Here’s what you need to do when you’re overqualified for a job.

  1. Be Honest
  2. Focus On How You Can Help
  3. Modify Your Resume
  4. Offer A Commitment
  5. Take Salary Off the Table

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor

via What to Do When You’re Overqualified for a Job.


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