I understand they feel entitled to training, but the training is very specific nowadays, you have to come in at a certain level and be able to catch quickly. However, a lot of people "boost" their resumes and claim skills they do not have, like for example programming, and what they mean by "know" is basic, if even that, they know how to search on internet for code. When you say you know programming I assume I'm telling you the problem I have and you write code to solve it, not that I'll teach you coding or help you find and fix bugs in the code. And mentoring one-on-one, forget about it, not anymore in the workplace, you do that in school, undergrad or grad.

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