Well lets see...civil servants
I've worked in most areas of both private and public sectors over the last 20 years, including health, local and national government, pensions, weapons and aerospace, and defence in general.
WIth the exception of two individuals, I am yet to meet a civil servant that isn't a scrounging, self-interested, small-minded waste of skin who takes no interest in learning new techniques and/or technology and complains that it's being "forced" onto them.
They sit on their lazy arses stealing tax payers money and counting the days until their useless careers are over and they can enjoy their big fat, udeserved pensions.
Case in point - I've personally witnessed one whip out a notebook to write down the symptoms a co-worker of mine was describing after returning to work from an illness...the following week said civil servant was off with...identical, word-for-word symptoms.
Oh and then there's the ones that follow this little routine:
Turn up at 9.30.
Turn PC on.
Go to canteen for coffee.
Return at 10.30.
Log into computer.
Go for meeting.
Return at 11.30.
Go to lunch.
Return at 2.30.
Send a reply or two to earlier emails.
Go to cofee and meeting.
Return at 4.45.
Shut down computer.
Sit on hands.
Repeat. Every "working" day until retirement.
As mentioned above. Grow a pair and give it a try.
Either way, fuck off accusing contractors of being thieves and take a good, long, hard look at civil servants.
Personally, I prefer to work for a living and enjoy my legal earnings. I pay plenty of tax and that tax keeps you in a job. In fact, the tax I personally pay keeps two civil servants in a job...come to think of it, there's a reason to become a tax avoider if ever there was one.