Ink-ist? Employers Admit Face-Tattoos Lower Your Chances Of Gettting Hired

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With American employers lowering their standards - eliminating drug-tests - as the number of job-openings tops the number of job-seekers for the first time in history, it would appear by the aggregate data that getting a job is as easy as fogging a mirror. However, undeterred by how awesome the labor market is, Statista's Patrick Wagner has some crucial job-getting advice for the average Millennial - don't get a face tattoo!

Tribal tattoos on your face might scare off employers and hinder your chances of getting a job unless your name is Mike Tyson.

At least that is what a survey by YouGov makes us want to think...

Infographic: Surprise: facetattoos lower your chances of getting hired | Statista

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Neck tattoos and inked hands also significantly lower your chances of getting hired.

According to the HRdecision makers taking part in the survey, the safest spot to get a tattoo without risking ongoing unemployment is the lower back.

Anyway, if somebody purposely starts to show off his or her tramp stamp during a job interview, it is highly doubtful whether any employer would stay interested.

We have one question - is this ink-ist? Should there be an affirmative push for more facially-augmented individuals? What about it Howard Schultz?...

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