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Performance and pay suffer when clients don't understand what professionals do

A new study looks at what can happen when certain jobs aren't fully understood. Certain assumptions on the part of the client lead to a lack of confidence or understanding of the job, and that affects not only the professional's performance, but the pay coming his/her way. The study examined architects, accountants, nurse practitioners, and lawyers, but applies to many more professions.
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