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Minipoll Does this sound familiar? You tell the interviewer you're willing to learn, they tell you they are deeply committed to funding ongoing personal development of all their employees.

Three months in you're still spending your free time reading through The Idiot's Guide to ERP that you paid for yourself.

Six months on you're thinking you're going to have to do some online courses in the skills you think you'll need for the job you need to clinch to escape your current hell hole.

A year on and…well, that's up to you isn't it.

Is it like this for everyone? Well, help us find out. Click your way through a measly five questions, and we'll be able to draw some meaningful conclusions about just what real IT pros expect from their companies in terms of training - and how those companies are delivering.

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