When skills aren’t a perfect fit

Job candidates could be excused if they find themselves wondering if they're sitting across from the HR world's version of Goldilocks.

via secure.globeadvisor.com

Sometimes an interviewer doesn't really consider a candidate either over- or underqualified, Mr. Perry confides. So why label them that way? It's a way to see how an applicant responds to negative feedback.

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