“Many people, including me, understanding computers down to command line issues. When I say most people Im talking about those under 45, for the most part.”
I’ve found the opposite to be true. Those that learned about computers in the GUI age are less technical than their (older) pre-GUI counterparts.
I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve opened a command prompt and had (an otherwise computer savvy person) say they were lost.
Well, I suppose you’re right. I shouldn’t have been so gracious about their abilities.
I agree with you, they ain’t that curious but, with equipment being used more as an Xbox or PS3 and all they are basically looking for an end result, much like running a cash register.
The are inputting or scanning to get to a result and it just isn’t high skill labor and the wage reflects that.