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Is a staff member who has a secondary job going to be less productive/efficient than a staff member who only has one job? For example, would a fitness coach with a secondary job of sports scientist be less productive/efficient than a fitness coach AND a sports scientist?

As one staff member will occupy two available roles, one in coaching and one in medical, are you losing out?

I ask because I recently started a Liverpool save and their backroom staff is full of staff members with secondary jobs. It just seems a complete mess to me but, if it's not broke, don't fix it right?

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