By: Kat Krull
In a tough job market, it’s not just those with the minimum education that struggle to find a new job. Many employers are wary of hiring “overqualified” candidates, too — those with more education or experience than the job description calls for — for fear that they may leave for a more desirable job in the near future or continue looking for their ideal job after getting hired.
As someone with too much education, experience, or skill, how can you optimize your resume to downplay your qualifications? Moreover, how you you ensure that your application makes the employer bring you in for an interview? Here are three tips to help you from appearing overqualified: