|You're not alone, Clark.|
But two assistant profs of management at Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, recently published a paper in the J of Applied Psych, says when over qualified people see they are not the only big fish in the pond they tend to be more favorable about their overqualification and perform better.
Normalized in the workplace, overqualification, in other words, exerts a positive influence.
When an overqualified person comes on board, they should be shown they are in good company and are working with a highly qualified group.
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