@kfield "No one wants to take on an employee they have to train"
That's exactly how I feel. I am just starting working in a semiconductor company, hoping to learn, but I feel the company is unable to invest training in me. I am in applications and yes I am learning, but I'm interested in analog design, and the designers tell me "Oh well, it takes years of experience to get a position." I don't even know how to get in.
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