After reading this answer to an earlier question of mine, and seeing the reference to someone working as an archivist for the Jedi, that raises another question for me.
What do the Jedi do when someone washes out as a Padawan, or becomes a Jedi and eventually realizes they no longer believe in the Jedi way or another reason develops that they must leave the order?
Since they start training Jedi at such a young age (judging from the younglings Yoda was working with in Attack of the Clones), I would think that along the way a number of those in training find they don't want to be Jedi, or that the Jedi instructors find they won't fit in with the Jedi way.
I would think they'd handle it differently, depending on how advanced someone was when issues came up. I did find this question that is related to this, but is about how they leave and there's no much information on that. (I know it's a life long path, but there are always exceptions to everything, especially with sentient beings who can grow and change.)
What do Jedi do when someone in training or an actual Jedi reach a point where they no longer fit in with the Jedi order?