Instead of ignoring overqualified candidates, employers should view these people as valuable investments for their company.
When I was a little girl I did not dream of going into staffing. When I was 9, I wanted to work in business and live in Boston because my mom sold her wedding ring to get her MBA. When I was 12, I wanted to be a reporter because I loved Demi Moore’s character on General Hospital. When I was 20, I wanted to be a psychotherapist because what they did was crucial. When I was 37, I started this business.