Many a times, a candidate gets rejected and the feedback they receive says "You're overqualified for the job." The problem is that this form of rejection has risen a lot and has hit millenials & gen x the hardest. A person who's spent a fortune on their education by taking loans can especially feel betrayed by these lines. But why is this on rise? Is it because the fragile system of corporate power gets threatened when it comes to have subordinate with more educational qualifications? Or could it be that an entire system of politics does not want workers to get well educated for obvious reasons? What are your thoughts about the matter?