What hiring managers really think of your tattoos
With about 45 million people in the US - or 14% of the population - sporting at least one tattoo, ink is finally becoming more accepted by society. However, stigma about tattoos still exists in the workplace.
Skinfo.com found that a whopping 37% of HR managers cite tattoos as the third-most-likely physical attribute to limit career potential, and there are currently no laws protecting people with tattoos from discrimination in the hiring process.
Skinfo.com also found that 43% of people feel that visible tattoos are inappropriate at work.
Luckily, a lot of big companies - like Target, IKEA, Google, and UPS - don't always mind ink. They are a few of the most "tattoo-friendly" employers in the US.
The following infographic, put together by Skinfo.com, highlights everything you need to know - the good, the bad, and the ugly - about tattoos in the workplace:
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