How To Apply For A Job When You’re Underqualified

Alas, lawyers don’t know everything.  Even those that claim that they do.  When looking for an in-house counsel job, you are likely to find many openings that your skills and experience don’t fully match.  Should you apply and, if so, how?

“You’re dying to apply for a killer job you just found. It looks nearly perfect. But there’s one tiny problem—you’re underqualified.  Do you go for it, or let it pass on by? It depends. And while there’s no perfect answer or formula for this, here are a few instances in which you should (and shouldn’t) take a run at a job that looks amazing, even it feels slightly out of reach.”

Read: How To Apply For A Job When You’re Underqualified at FastCompany

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