Yep. And then employers expect experience when applying. WTF! If they had just let me work as an unpaid apprentice, it would have saved loads of time and effort and achieved better results.
Originally Posted by SimpleName
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Originally Posted by Ron Paul
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Originally Posted by Anti Federalist
Thanks heavenlyboy. What I've learned is that the best and the quickest way to learn your trade is to get right in and get to work. My instructor treated us like we were in the work force. He would yell at us when we did something wrong and did not baby us at all. The first 3 months were extremely difficult for me. It was so much stress, like getting thrown in with wolves. But by the time i reached just 9 months there i could have made it in the real world already. I believe that for most proffessions apprenticeship with a small amount of study and lecture (10-20%) is the best way to go. Current college wastes too much time on unneeded information and book learning and: teachers lectures which can be learned faster by just reading a book at home.