For as far as the corporate world would like to think it’s come in the twenty-first century, tattoos are still very much the sort of things to promote pariah status in the workplace–particularly if you have what office folk secretly deem odious statement ink.
Like, let’s say you have some sort of quote on your shoulder about how much of a slave you are to money. This will definitely infer to your employer that you’re only working there for the paycheck, not the “passion.” As if anyone works in an office for passion. Because of what a window into your soul tattoos can be, it’s best that you keep them concealed for about a year before you show your employer who you really are. Because firing you will be much more difficult than accepting your skin at that point.