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Have you ever had an employer or recruiter say you're "overqualified" for a job? What do you do when you're 'overqualified'? Honestly, how can you really be "overqualified" for a job? You can either do the job, or you can't. How can having more experience than required be a negative, right? So, what does "you're overqualified" really mean? In a recent article I wrote for AOL Jobs, I explain what it really means when you'e overqualified. Read The Full Article Photo Credit: Shutterstock

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