discrimination in the work place
Once the mark of the bad boy in the United States, tattoos have sky rocketed in popularity as a means of self-expression. In fact, the Pew Research Centre reports that 33 per cent of Americans between the ages of 18 and 25 have at least one tattoo. However, at the workplace, tattoos do not always face a welcome reception. They can alienate potential employers and lead to job discrimination for employees who get one.