Good for you 😂
Not argumentative, but curious. How do tattoos equate negligence or unprofessionalism?
How can they not be? Tattoos originated in gangs & the like. Nowadays they're predominantly used by people who have low self-esteem and want to be different (when a few thousand get the same tattoo yearly). Or it's a "thumb" at authority.
Actually per the most recent origination research I have done, it dated back well before gangs and all that. Originally it was used by tribes and had internal meaning to them and their region. Gangs use it for membership but it's not the original purpose. To clarify my point, I do not object to your opinion, and respect it fully. I reject the thought of the origination and low self-esteem, as I have a completely different experience. While there are people with low self esteem that have tattoos, there are overwhelmingly more people with low self-esteem without tattoos. One is not symptomatic of the other. I digress though, as the original question is whether they keep you from a job. I appreciate your comments, as it does add value to the overall thought of Why the prejudice on having tattoos.
I think you got the depth of my question. I am changing careers and my new career is very heavily inked were before it was "nothing visible". I've always wanted more tattoos that were meaningful to me, but always held back because of it.
Just be mindful and do your research on the rules and regulations before making final decisions. You'll be fine! Happy New Years!
YAY! Thank you for most helpful girl 👏
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Interestingly, it seems like east coast and west differ in that. West coast, even doctors have ink here
It also depends on each country's beliefs/religion.
I can respect that