• For the same reason the minimum wage shouldn't be raised to $15/hr. Skilled labor requires time and money invested in a person and that makes him worth more in the employment world. There's a reason it's called "entry-level" - you have no skills that make you a more valuable employee. The skilled worker you're talking about is a more valuable commodity in the job market than the unskilled worker. It would cost the employer too much to give the unskilled worker training when he already has a skilled worker in the position.
  • Ive seen electrical engineers fired in the their first week. Ive worked in the electrical industry for coming up 30 years now. In power industrys you get the polaritry wrong pack your stuff and walk home you will be fired. Seen it happen more than once.

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