What can land you your dream job and an attractive pay package? An enviable degree from the top college in the world? Or all the experience you've acquired on the job that can never be replicated in a classroom? And what should recruiters value more?
Imposter syndrome is common among high-achievers. Some studies even show that during their careers, women have a higher tendency of feeling like an imposter. But is it really that bad? Are there many others out there who have it? And is there anything you can do about it?