How To Change An Employer's Mind If You're 'Overqualified'

It's hard to believe you can be discriminated against for your experience, but it happens all the time. The phrase "you're overqualified" can be an extremely frustrating thing to hear on a job search. However, there are ways to tackle this issue. Want to know how to address this snag tactfully and effectively? In a recent article I wrote for AOL Jobs, I give two good reasons to change an employer's mind if you're overqualified for the job. Check it out!

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