Of all the reasons to not get a job, one of the most frustrating is being told that you are “overqualified” for the position. Being “overqualified” is seldom the real reason you didn’t get the job – it’s usually a proxy for another concern. Here’s what you need to do to avoid being rejected for being overqualified.
We all experience ebbs and flows in our careers, but the feeling of being stuck and dissatisfied can lead to a lack of productivity and motivation. Before you look elsewhere, it’s important to look at what you can do to grow your career right where you are. Here are some tips for getting out of a rut and finding new momentum in your career.
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2017 was an historic year of becoming PRSA Oregon – connecting with and understanding our community so that we can offer more robust programming and regional networking that best serves members across Oregon and Southwest Washington. Now is your opportunity to get involved on a team with a special mission next year: apply toContinue reading “Call to Service: PRSA Oregon Copywriter”