Originally Posted by dagr8tim
That's BS. At the time I was working as a Network Administrator for $39,000 a year. The job was for a Tech Support job for $41,000 a year (and better benefits).
Afew months later I got an offer for a Windows Administrator job for $61,000. Trust me, I was over qualified. I just wanted out of the place where I was and was willing to take a step back.
I was not saying that you
were not overqualified, what I was trying to say is that many people in a hiring position use the term "overqualified" to reject job candidates because they feel that their own job may be threatened by that overqualified candidate.
At this point in my career, I would love to be able to find an overqualified candidate I could hire who would make my life easier in the short term and eventually take over for me when I retire
PS What happened to your picture?