Trained Versus Un-trained Professionals
When you’re in the process of hiring for a vacant position in your company, would you hire someone who has an experience in the field? Or someone who has no experience but is willing to be trained? Both options have their own advantages and disadvantages. It all depends on the job to be done and the available resources. Some employers prefer hiring someone and training them. They have first-hand information and are more receptive to whatever you teach them. Invest on it and you will see that it will be more beneficial in the long run.
Sometimes, if you just entrust the job to someone based on his experience, things might not happen the way you expect. Even if someone already has an experience about the job you would like to be done, training is still needed because different companies have different sets of standards. Make sure they do things in accordance with your plans.
As what James Schramko, an internet marketing expert said, “trained professionals are more effective than un-trained professionals.”