An excerpt from The Clean Coder by Robert C. Martin reads:
Your career is your responsibility. It is not your employer's responsibility to make sure you are marketable. It is not your employer's responsibility to train you, or send you to conferences, or buy you books ... It is also not your employer's responsibility to give you the time you need to learn. Some employers may provide that time ... they are doing you a favor, and you should be appropriately appreciative.
What do you think? Should employers provide learning time or is that something that should be done in your own time?