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User avatar #25 - mirgil **User deleted account** (05/25/2013) [-]
Saying someone with Tattoos wouldn't get a job or have horrible chances of getting a job is completely false.

My aunt works as a Co-Owner at a medical billing company. She didn't start the company but rose the chain to Co-Owner by just being a good worker. She has 3 tattoos. Two of them were already in place when she joined the company and got one just before she was promoted to Co-Owner and the Owner has no tattoos but fully allows tattoos in reasonable places (IE: Chest, Upper Arm, Upper Legs, and Ankle/Foot.) Obviously Face and Hand tattoos are not acceptable but that is a different level of tattoo. A lot of people in my family make good money and have tattoos. My brother who makes good enough money at his job to rent an apartment with his friend. She has a ****** job too. He also has three tattoos and is getting another soon with his employers fully aware. There is a big line between Reasonable and Unreasonable Tattoos. The extreme cases do not speak for all of them.
User avatar #54 to #25 - zorororonoa (05/25/2013) [-]
So, are you falling victim to the anon's trolling?
User avatar #45 to #25 - ctenop (05/25/2013) [-]
In the UK a person cannot be denied solely for tattoo's. Then can ask them to be covered up, or if they are offensive or obscene, then can decline. Everywhere I go I see people with tattoo's working. I mean, if you get em all over your face and want to be a lawyer, think again, I have 2 on my forearms (latin words) and I just cover them up when I work or go Collage (most the time).
User avatar #94 to #45 - tehpwnz (05/26/2013) [-]
go collage? what is collage? do you mean college? and if you do, why would you need to cover up tattoos in college?
User avatar #98 to #94 - ctenop (05/26/2013) [-]
*college, I always get it ******* wrong. I don't have to, just I feel it looks a bit more professional, never once got asked to cover up, I do it by choice. Same as when I go to a meeting or formal event.
User avatar #49 to #45 - PubLandlord (05/25/2013) [-]
You can if they are unable to be covered up, in the forces they need to be below the wrist and neckline
User avatar #61 to #49 - ctenop (05/26/2013) [-]
Meh, some places kinda can, most places wont, unless it looks unprofessional, and even coppers wear tattoo covering sleeves, if they have to wear the short sleeve uniform. I know the forces require that though.
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