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    Pyrillis, she interviews and tells stories of people that have tattoos and are in the professional workforce. She discusses if having these effects getting or keeping a job. Many people believe that tattoos and piercings are a negative thing. Rita doesn’t give her personal opinion if tattoos should be accepted or not but she shows how they are seen in the professional world. It is just facts and answers from interviews. She explores how people deal with tattoos in the work place, how companies feel about tattoos and piercings, and the popularity of tattoos and piercings in the work force. Rita starts with Joe Chernov’s story which he talks about how he deals with his tattoos in job. He talks about how he covers…

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    Cool Tattoos For Guys

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    What are the most popular and cool tattoos for guys? Description: Men are now in need of cool tattoos for guys for making their ladies impressed. Moreover, personal attitudes can also be framed in a proper manner by means of having these tattoos. Modern guys just love to have cool tattoos in different parts of their bodies. There are many options for cool tattoos for guys and you can check them out in order to make selection of the best ones. You can also keep on changing your tattoos from time…

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    Sacrificing certain things for a greater freedom: long hair, piercings, and tattoos to name a few. This is why many soldier having a desire for tattoos wait until their service or enlistment time frame has been served before being tattooed. An aspect of military culture is uniformity. It is impossible for the military to govern the type of tattoos individuals place on themselves. Tattoos depicting sexual provocative imagry or gang related symbols that can be hidden in a variety of different…

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    Kirby begins by using Richard Costello as an example. Costello was a criminal who was sent to jail for trying to sell stolen motorcycle parts online, he was identified by the tattoos on his feet. Kirby continues by giving factors that helped tattoos become established in the New World. He describes how in the 18th century British explores first brought from Polynesia to Europe, the importance of Martin Hildebrant who was the 1st known tattoo artist in America during the Civil War, and the…

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    Stereotypes In Workplace

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    In this era, tattoos have become tremendously popular. Even though there was an unethical stereotype against people with body modifications, it still exists today. With the increasing number of people obtaining tattoos, the question arises if they should be allowed to be seen in the workplace. Although some occupations, like factories and construction companies, don’t mind tattoos showing, other professions, like the healthcare field, want their employees to cover up their body modifications…

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    As time passes, many people in society are beginning to become more open to the idea of getting tattoos or piercings. Actually, about 40% of American adults have at least one tattoo, while 60% of American adults have either one piercing or more. Tattoos and piercings aren’t only a trend or style, but they are a form of art, a way of expression and another way to express your identity. Many employers think that people with tattoos/piercings not only look unprofessional, but they also give a bad…

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    time of 2015, it is not uncommon to see people with neck, sleeve, or hand tattoos. It has become acceptable as “normal” in our society. However it is uncommon to see people in professional work places with these kinds of visible tattoos. You don’t normally see bankers/ accountant, doctors, or dentist with visible tattoos on their arms, neck, or hands. Why is it uncommon? It is because it is not normal. For a professional job, you should look professional. It is also banned/ restricted to…

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    How better would someone show that their family is important to them without putting tattoo images on their body for everyone to see? In my pre-teen years, I began to want tattoos, but I never knew exactly what I wanted. Then, after my eighteenth birthday, I started coming up with different ideas, constantly searching through Pinterest. Finally, I realized that my family means a great deal to me and I wanted to express that respect and tell several stories on my arm. Each one of these tattoos it…

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    Modern Day Tattoos Tattoos have passed from something that’s cool, or bad, to a way of life in some cases. This paper is about modern day tattoos, the meaning behind them, and the way they are perceived in the eye of the public. I have a high opinion to start with on this topic, because my easily hidden tattoos are covering a good portion of my skin. My own personal opinion of tattoos is that they hold a deep meaning for almost every person, not saying this is true for everyone, but in most…

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    and Ink Most people probably have heard some controversy about tattoos being a taboo in the workplace. More than not, businesses tend to enforce rules that require employees who are sporting tattoos to cover them up completely while they are at work. Some people say this is so to not offend anyone by viewing the tattoos. Tattoos have been deemed unprofessional, and to some people, tattoos are something that should never be visible at work or in a professional setting; however, to others tattoos…

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