Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Getting the Job When You’re Overqualified

Physicians are often overqualified for non-traditional, non-medical jobs. How can physicians convince hiring managers that they're seriously interested in a job where they may be clearly overqualified?

TheLadders.com has a nice article titled, "Getting the Job When You’re Overqualified." The article isn't written specifically for physicians, but the general principles that are provided in this short article could be applicable to any physician who is seriously interested in making a career transition into the non-traditional, non-clinical world of business.

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