How to respond if you're overqualified for the job

06/16/2010 | CIO.com

When it comes to overqualified job candidates, hiring managers can be concerned that they won't stay at the company, they won't be satisfied with the salary or they'll lose their motivation. Job seekers can deflect such fears by addressing them in their cover letter, and by being prepared to explain career goals in an interview.

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