Tattoos are becoming more mainstream in the workplace, as I wrote in a post in 2012. I’ve written about tattoos for the Times Union – you can read the story here. Here’s a great infographic about tattoos courtesy of Digital Third Coast.
Will your ink affect your career? Surveys say yes. For a related article from my Times-Union column, click here. (Infographic courtesy: salary.com)
According to Pew Research, nearly half of 26-40-year-olds (40 percent) and 36 percent of 18-25-year-olds have tattoos today. Twenty-two percent of 26-40-year-olds and 30 percent of 18-25-year-olds have at least one body piercing. Once associated only with sailors, bikers and people outside the mainstream, it’s now common to see people of all ages and lifestyles sporting body art or a piercing.