The argument I am presenting is tattoos in the work place. Tattoos date back for centuries and as the years go on, more and more people are getting tattoos. In this economy, jobs are becoming harder to get. Most major companies are being more lax with their tattoo policies. The argument to this is the sole fact that when going in for an interview, an employer is going to find a candidate that has the best credentials; tattoos or not. For personal experience, I have been hired despite tattoo policies because of my knowledge and experience. We met on middle grounds with my tattoos and covered them up in a way that they were not fully visible at all times. Bottom line, tattoos do not ruin a person’s reputation in the hiring process. http://www.forbes.com/sites/rachelhennessey/2013/02/27/having-a-tattoo-and-a-job/ This article was written in 2013 arguing the fact that tattoos are becoming more accepted in the professional world.
No one would know what was under this doctor’s coat in a professional setting. The ink did not effect his ability to do his work or knowledge.
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