Got a tattoo? Get your resume together. Looks like its no longer an issue with you landing your dream job.
Turns out, people are no longer discriminating against tattoos in the workplace. A new study shows that the perception of tattoos has changed so much that even a visible tattoo is not associated to individual employment, wages, or earnings discrimination. The study found there was no statistically distinguishable difference between people who have and those who don’t have tattoos.
About 20 percent of all American adults and 40 percent of millennials have tattoos, according to the Pew Research Center.
Looks like the stigma of having a tattoo may be ending in corporate America.
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