At least three-fourths of Millionaires use a professional advisor. Are these advisors getting the job done? Our newest wealth segment study of households with a net worth between $1 million and $5 million (not including primary residence) finds that across all occupation levels, the answer is a reserved yes.In addition to analyzing Millionaire investors by age, wealth level and advisor-dependency, our research also examines Millionaire households by different occupations, including professionals (such as doctors and lawyers), senior corporate executives and business owners. Our Advisor Relationships and Changing Advice Requirements findings indicate that overall, roughly three-fourths of Millionaire professionals, business owners indicate they are satisfied overall with their advisor. This overall satisfaction is lagging somewhat with senior corporate executives, 68 percent of whom say they are satisfied with their advisor.Which aspects of their financial advisor’s performance are these occupation segments satisfied with? These elite investors have high expectations of service, particularly when it comes to having their requests and inquiries responded to. On this point, professional and senior corporate executives are the most satisfied with their advisor’s service (86 percent and 84 percent, respectively, compared with 82 percent of surveyed Millionaires overall). Advisors might want to jump on the incoming calls or emails from clients who are business owners, who indicated the least amount of satisfaction with their advisor’s responsiveness (74 percent).At least seven-in-ten report they are satisfied with their advisor’s knowledge and expertise. Business owners again may be more demanding of their cohorts. Seventy-one percent reports being satisfied with these facets of their advisor’s performance, 84 percent of senior corporate executives and 86 percent of professionals.And then there’s performance. We find that financial advisors need to take it up a notch. Millionaire business owners yet again were most likely to report the least satisfaction with their advisor’s performance (61 percent), compared with 65 percent of senior corporate executives and two-thirds of professionals.