is it harder to get a job as a woman with tattoos? would you be less willing to hire a tattooed woman for a position? in what job settings do you feel it would not be appropriate? ie: would you trust a nurse with tattoos on her arms and hands to care for you?
Answer by DilsMommy at 4:05 AM on Jun. 15, 2009
Answer by BaisMom at 9:07 AM on Jun. 15, 2009
I had a teacher in high school who has tattoos all down both his arms and he wore short sleeves all the time. He got them when he was younger while serving in the Navy. He was voted, by the students, best teacher for over 25 years straight. Definitely can not and should not judge someone with tattoos. He was one of the greatest people I've have ever met and the sweetest.
Answer by zianneaaliyah at 9:13 AM on Jun. 15, 2009
Answer by t3dragonflies at 9:26 AM on Jun. 15, 2009
Tattoos seem dirty. No I wouldn't want a nurse with tattoos. I also wouldn't want a financial advisor with tattoos. He or she would appear to be lacking in good long term judgment and just be the type to follow the trends. But I certainly would be more tolerant of butterflies than skulls. Think about it, would you go to a dentist who had a tongue stud? And what if that dentist had a Public Service Announcement poster in his/her waiting room about how tongue studs increase your risk of mouth diseases? Does you doctor smoke? Yuck!
Answer by Anonymous at 11:50 AM on Jun. 15, 2009
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