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August 9, 2022
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Most people have no idea what impostor syndrome is, but they know they have it

A new survey claims that only 15 percent of UK adults know what impostor syndrome is, although more than three-quarters (77 percent) claim to have suffered from it at some point in their lives. The survey of more than 500 UK adults was carried out by media agency UM. It suggests that office workers and those in professional services were the most likely among all those in full-time employment to suffer from impostor syndrome – behind only school and university students. The study asked people if they had ever felt undeserving of praise or rewards, felt unaccomplished or been fearful that…
Most people have no idea what impostor syndrome is, but they know they have it

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