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SolStock via Getty Images, she's not the only person who feels that way, and for good reason: a 2014 Workopolis poll found a whopping mujer busca marido millonario y un millonario le responde 77 per cent of employers may be less likely to hire someone with tattoos.
love' and 'hate' might look cool on your knuckles at 21, but decidedly less cool at 51 Timming says.
"For example, if you're applying to be the creative director at a marketing firm, then the tattoos, if tasteful, will blend nicely into the background of that company says Timming.Bottom line: If you want one, get one.Still, some people say those "traditional" viewpoints are also relaxing."I think that's because our culture and our generation has slightly shifted with a lot of younger people being influenced by pop stars that have tattoos and are very open about.".Listen to, safe for Work, the Workopolis podcast, follow HuffPost Canada Blogs on Facebook.Create a job alert for technology and digital media.The information on this site is provided as a courtesy.At companies seeking to target a younger, edgier demographic, tattoos are likely to be seen as an asset because they are consistent with the "brand identity Timming explains."In many instances, they will be a deal breaker in a job interview."."The times are changing, so it no longer makes sense to advise people to avoid tattoos entirely Timming says.
At his gym, around half the trainers have visible tattoos, and out of more than 15 trainers, only a couple don't have any at all.
"Nowadays, tattoos are a lot more acceptable in all workplaces, not just being a bartender or a waitress.
See also: Research reveals how your tattoos affect your chances of getting the job follow, workopolis on Twitter, sign up for the, workopolis Weekly newsletter.Face tattoos are a bold choice that won't sit well with every employer.Yes and no, according to Andrew Timming, a professor at the University of Western Australia Business School who has conducted multiple studies on tattoos in the workplace.The key thing to keep in mind is that tattoos are perceived differently by different employers and individuals.Steer clear of offensive designs, the genre of your tattoos matter, so be aware that certain designs or words like vulgar language or profanity could be a big turn-off.Even doctors, lawyers, parliamentarians have them says Shruti Shekar, a political reporter in Ottawa.Getty Images, that's the kind of workplace culture Patrick Worden found as a personal trainer in Hamilton.Hip, youthful clothing stores, for instance, even feature tattooed models in their ad campaigns.To read about our privacy policy, click here.




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