Landing a job if you're "overqualified"

08/26/2011 | U.S. News & World Report

Landing jobs that you're "overqualified" for can be challenging, but you can make it easier on the recruiter by focusing your resume and cover letter on your most relevant skills, Lindsay Olson writes. You can also use your cover letter to explain why you're seeking this particular job despite your experiences and education, she writes.

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