So this again is the same lesson that we talked about here. People read their titles and stuff. You don't necessarily need to put all that down, whatever jobs you're applying to. They probably feel like you can do the job if you're trying to do things. So here's what happens. People take jobs in professions and things that are beneath them, not beneath them, but that would require something other than the type of education or the skills.
They often resent the employer because they're not paying them as much or there's not as much prestige, and then they become more challenging to manage when hired. So employers want to feel very good about themselves, and like them, they have much power. But people want to hire people who feel they have control over them and are a little afraid of them.
And when I say afraid, I don't mean afraid in a negative sense, but they respect them. So you have to put yourself in the shoes of the employer.