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Interviews are meant to be two-way: The employer is evaluating your fitness for the position. But, employers generally also want to make sure you know enough about them that you can decide if you'll be happy working there or not. As such, interviewers generally expect questions from candidates. Often, candidates are explicitly allowed time to ask questions, ...


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There's no individual correct answer of how to answer it. You can answer it in a way suggesting that even though your skills qualify you for a higher level job- you'd find the job you're applying to to be more enjoyable and thus a better fit for you since you'd be more likely to stay at that job/company for longer. Or you can suggest that your skills would ...


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No interviewer is going to mind getting an exceptionally skilled candidate per se. The real concern is that someone who is overskilled for the job might be bored, unmotivated, or suffer from low morale or company loyalty. That's the concern they're voicing when they ask a question like that, and that's the concern that you should address. Your sibling ...


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