underqualified

underqualified

(ˌʌndəˈkwɒlɪˌfaɪd)
adj
not having the abilities, qualities, attributes, etc., necessary to perform a particular job or task
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underqualified

[ˈʌndəˈkwɒlɪˌfaɪd] ADJ to be underqualifiedno estar suficientemente cualificado (for para)
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The central domestic policy challenge of Macron's presidency is making the French economy not only more dynamic, but more inclusive: One cannot go without the other, since France's mass unemployment disproportionately hits underqualified French Muslims.
The Senators letter follows multiple reports of contracts awarded to egregiously underqualified companies, amounting to hundreds of millions of dollars wasted while Puerto Ricans continue to suffer without electricity, food, or proper housing.
The International Olympic Committee, along with the governing bodies, always makes the claim that opening up spots to underqualified athletes, such as Flaherty and Madrazo, might spark interest in countries that have little to no winter sports heritage.
There are too many sad stories about inventors putting their life's work or investors putting their life savings into products made by fly-by-night, underqualified companies that produce products that do not meet specifications and do not sell.
He's not ready and underqualified for the position but, even so, Murty will have four months to make the most of King's incompetence and prove to the chairman that there is at least one person in the Rangers chain of command who actually knows what he is doing.
These findings imply that, in regard to affective commitment and job performance, in terms of organizational learning, it might be better for employees to be just sufficiently qualified or underqualified rather than overqualified.
However, if people are settling for jobs they are underqualified for, or if reduced mobility means less efficient matching of workers' talents and skills to the right firms, that should be of concern to policymakers given the implications for productivity and growth.
SPA) RIYADH: A total of 57 medics and paramedics, who were working in private sector health facilities, were dismissed for possessing forged or underqualified certificates.
Not just to dispel the scepticism of those who thought the 26-cap winger was a mile underqualified and under-prepared to walk straight from the Sky Sports booth into the Dundee dugout to firefight in a relegation furnace.
Two other hiring challenges get higher levels of agreement than disagreement from owners: difficulty knowing how well an applicant will do once hired (43% agree) and applicants being either overqualified or underqualified for the position (32%).
There are false expectations that underqualified facility maintenance companies can deliver strategic FM services, and asset owners must begin to understand the significant value that international best practices can create.
She also ran down some of the qualifications any prospective politician should have, including confidence and vision, and how she felt underqualified compared to other New York politicians.