The Changing Perception of Tattoos

Jul 10, 2013

There was a time when someone with a tattoo was seen as a biker, criminal or a member of the military. But tattoos have become mainstream, with one survey estimating that 23% of Americans have a tattoo. And that percentage increases for those under the age of 30. Tattoo Artist India Behrens from SkinCraft, and Human Resources Consultant with Strategic Human Resources, Cathleen Snyder, discuss the changing perceptions of tattoos, and how having body art may affect your employment opportunities.