Most "Tattoo-Friendly" Companies To Work For

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Actors and actresses of today continue to succeed despite having several tattoos. Although, they are usually placed where they can be covered up if needed. Some can be used to work into a character's personality. Others just fade into the background as the plot of a movie or series becomes more important then the appearance of one particular character.

Of course, there are industries that still frown on tattoos

If your career path is medicine, you may need to hide the tattoo at work. Because tattoos are often associated with law-breakers, law enforcement personnel may find it difficult to get employed with visible tattoos.

Teachers, especially those in private schools, may find that their tattoos are not welcome. Financial professionals and lawyers may also find it more difficult to get employed if they have visible ink.

Most Tattoo-Friendly Companies

Finally, we decided to list the companies that are open and accepting of tattooing, and won’t make a problem if you are looking for a job and are inked. In the coming years, we’re sure that this list will be even longer:

  • Amazon
  • Zappos
  • Tokyo Joe’s
  • Dunkin Donuts
  • Half Price Books
  • Applebee’s
  • MAC Cosmetics
  • Trader Joe’s
  • Target
  • Hot Topic
  • Border’s Books
  • LUSH Cosmetics
  • Fed Ex
  • Google
  • Petco
  • IKEA
  • Big Lots
  • Forever 21
  • Piercing Pagoda
  • Claire’s Boutique
  • Staples
  • Blockbuster
  • Sam Ash
  • Spencer’s Gift
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Whole Foods
  • Facebook
  • Microsoft

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Keep in mind that these companies won’t accept people with extremist or offensive tattoos that are visible, but won’t have anything against the particular and regular tattoos.

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Cubicle or Computer Jobs

Some companies might not mind that you have tattoos if you aren't really seen by the public. This can include cubicle office jobs. While it is best to keep them covered when first meeting a company, they may not mind as much after you're hired. Computer or technology-related occupations may be the same way. Working for a social media company like Twitter or Facebook would be great for those with permanent body art. They are always looking for young and talented professionals and wouldn't mind much, because you would be working mostly behind the scenes. Other careers in this field could include tech support, a software developer, or a web designer.

When all else fails, cover them up.

See Who Hires The Inked Community

Almost Half Of The United States Is InkedPhoto From One reason HR managers aren't that tough on tattoos is that 45 million people in the United States have at least one. When you think about how huge the United States is, that's quite a lot of people with some ink. There's a second reason why it's easier to find a job with ink. Click the next slide to find out why.

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