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Tattoo Trip Ups
Updated: 9/4/2018
Tattoo Trip Ups
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  • From behind the camera, "Take one. Action!"
  • Good evening, America. I'm John Smith, your host for the "Ideal Employee" show where we show you what it takes to be the best employee! 
  • It's great to be here, John!
  • Joining us today is Jen Sullivan, sharing her experience with today's topic: tattoos in the workplace.
  • Well John, for starters, I've actually had a tattoo! It was during a weak moment in my life. I was drunk and got Harry Potter glasses accompanied by a lightning bolt on my knee.
  • So Jen, what is your opinion on tattoos in the office?
  • Little did I know that such a small amount of ink could affect my life so much!  During a big job interview, it did not cross my mind to cover up my tattoo. As a result, I did not get the job and was discredited. I then spent $400 dollars to get the thing removed. A complete waste of money, John.
  • Wow! That's what I've heard, Jen, that tattoos cost anywhere from $220-$500 to remove.
  • Yes, it's expensive. I had to remove it, though. If I hadn't, I would not have gotten the job I have now. In summary, I do not think tattoos are good in any workplace. Never get a visible tattoo if you're wanting to impress every employer in that regard.
  • *Shakes Hands*
  • Thank you for having me on the show!
  • You've heard it, folks! Thanks for sharing your experience, Jen!
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