When job seekers are 'overqualified,' gender bias may come into play

When you’re looking for a job, any number of factors can work against you. When you’re passed over for a job you seek because you’re told you’re “overqualified” it may be initially flattering, but it’s most likely not what you want to hear. But does being labeled as “overqualified” keep you from getting the job? According to new research from the University of California San Diego’s Rady School of Management, it may depend on your gender.

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