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Tattoos in the Workplace: The Research Forbes Was Too Lazy To Do

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We wrote responses to the top 10 reasons people think ink/piercings shouldn't be allowed at work. Read it here: http://www.stapaw.com/#!tattoos-and-piercings-in-the-workplace/c1ti4

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Ink blots

If can, hide for a job interview. @TheEconomist: Tattoos are growing more popular in America, though few employers are keen. Once the preserve of prisoners, sailors and circus freaks, tattoos have become a benign rite of passage for many Americans. One in five adults has one, and two in five thirty-somethings. These days women with tattoos outnumber men. But what happens when these people look for work?

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I like this, I might get the leaves. If tattoos in the workplace become less taboo within ten years

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Tattoos in the Workplace: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly #Infographic #Workplace #Tattoos

Tattoos in the Workplace: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly #Infographic

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How to Cover Tattoo Sleeves for Work

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Shocking tattoos in the workplace statistics: www.stapaw.com/#!tattoos-in-the-workplace-statistics/c1490 LIKE & REPIN AWAY! (Russian tattooed nurse with anti eyebrow piercing and neck tattoo).

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Combating major tattoo stigmas, one rad photo (series) at a time

“It’s Buckminster Fuller’s Dymaxion Map – it represents the world in proportion and perspective. To me, it is a constant reminder that the way I perceive things, isn’t actually the way things are. Everything, even the way people perceive my tattoo, is warped by perspective.”

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"It represents time – something that doesn’t really exist yet, somehow, it’s the only thing we have. There are 525,600 minutes in a year and I want to spend it on making beautiful things – hence the lotus flower. It’s on my wrist so I always question where I am putting my time and attention."

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