Tee Davis your comment reinforces the crux of the problem, “to college and military “ that means they were assured housing and food and in the case of the military medical services and pay. Kids kicked out by parents at 18 do not have those benefits. I would say that the tattoo’s and piercings have more to with their employment problems! The Nightmare before Christmas 26th anniversary 1993 2019 Tim Burton. Employers do NOT want to bring problems into their businesses and the FIRST impression matters! This was very true in the 1920s. Not so much in the 2020s.
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Extreme body modification is frowned upon, but arms full of tattoos and some metal in the face…no problem. Are you smart and responsible? Can you listen/learn? Those are the things i care about when hiring, not superficial things. Robert Cox yeah I suppose for McDonald’s or Starbucks but the corporate world would disagree. Working for a bank…nope! My wife is a nurse and a patient’s ‘gage’ earring fell out during a procedure Kindergarten Teacher I would pull my kid out with tats running up the neck or nose rings. There is decorum in society whether you like it or not. My college anatomy professor had full tattoo sleeves. A fellow nursing student wore the same, arms entirely covered in tattoos, & she was hired at a dermatology clinic. The Nightmare before Christmas 26th anniversary 1993 2019 Tim Burton. A person’s appearance has nothing to do with their ability & social standards are entirely subjective; you’re just old & an idiot. I’m a software engineer, and a majority of the people I work with have tats or piercings, wild hair colors and crazy fashion sense. There are holdout pockets everywhere, Steven, but it’s a dying bias. In 20 years, people might actually be judged by ability! Denise Guerrero you can cover arms! As for the College Professor there is no more liberal place to work then a College.