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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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