May 29, 2006 7:47pm CST
What's the best way to impress your employer even though you know that you are underqualified
7 responses
• India
9 Jan 07
dedication and result orientation would impress anybody.
• United States
8 Jan 07
I would let the employer know that im a fast learner and that my interest and eagerness to do the job will allow me to excel in my job and that when I pursue something I am dedicated to what I am doing if given the opportunity
@katyzzz (2902)
• Australia
7 Jan 07
enthusiasm and telling them what you can do that may be relevant to the job
@jwin2003 (242)
• United States
6 Jan 07
out work everyone including your boss. but dont act like your trying to do his job.. and volunteer to take on bigger projects. but dont forget to do all the little things...
@gopal_85 (509)
• India
25 Dec 06
the best way is to impress him by your speech then you will be appointed.
@kristi73 (257)
• United States
18 Dec 06
I think if you are a hard worker and try to always exceed what is expected from your employer you can stand out. Always keep a professional attitude and presentation but try and keep your work exciting at the sametime.
@randyw (216)
• Russell, Kansas
30 May 06
A few thoughts that come to mind... Be unique so that you stand out from the crowd of more qualified people. Be honest, admitting that you may be underqualified at this time. The employer probably isn't stupid. If you think you're underqualified, then so will he/she. But stress that it's only a matter of timing, and not a matter of skillset. And as a result, the employer can attain your services at a bargain compared to others. Money talks. Show how you can save/make the company money in this way and other ways.