Employers *should* expect to train (and continually train) their employees.
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I may not be understanding your proposition; this is what I am taking away right now:

Student pays School/Teacher for education/training with no relationship to success. That is legitimate.

Business/Trainer pays for education/training to student, with no relationship to success. That is legitimate.

Student pays business for education/training, with direct relationship to success. Illegitimate.

Why is the Student going from “always should pay” to “should always be paid”? Why should a ‘Professor’ always get paid for there work, but a ‘Training Manager’ in a business shouldn’t?

I’m just not following the underpinnings.

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