Tattoo Removal and JobsBy Pete On March 19, 2012 Under Posts
Everybody complains about work but the reality is to survive you pretty much need a job. That means most of us fall into one of two groups: those currently without a job that want one and those with a job that want a better one. In today’s economy and hypercompetitive job market you need every edge you can get. One thing you don’t want holding you back is ink.
Your Boss Hates Your Tattoo
In all surveys one message comes out loud and clear: employers hate tats! You may love your tattoo, I mean, you chose to get it done and you chose the design so, yeah, that makes sense. But that doesn’t mean your boss feels the same way. This is especially true of tattoos in highly visible places, like your forearm, hands, ankles or neck. God forbid you have any tats higher than your neck. You can forget about meaningful employment in most cases if you do.
So you want a job, or you want a better job but you’ve got ink that’s holding you back. What do you do? That is the main question. You need to “Do” something about it. Here are your two choices: cover it up with clothing or get it removed permanently. To do nothing is an expensive choice. Think about all the money you aren’t making right now because you are being held back. Add that up over a lifetime and you could go buy a house somewhere. The sooner you take action the better off you will feel and the better off you will be financially too.
Covering It Up
Tatjacket is one idea that works for people who love their ink but need to cover it up during work hours. These are acylic sleeves that sell for 20 bucks a pair that you wear over your arm or lower leg. You can buy them off the company website: www.tatjacket.com
Taking It Off
If you make the decision to have your tat removed then this website is for you. Here you will find a ton, maybe two tons, of free information on all the available choices for tattoo removal. It isn’t just about laser, although that is the most expensive option. There are many products, some of which work and some of which don’t, as well as other procedures and methods for you to look into or think about.
As I put this site together feel free to shoot me some questions and I’ll see if I can help.