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Question by Sportsgal14: Would having a tattoo hinder getting a good paying Forensic Science job?
I’m 17 years old, and just graduated high school. I will be going to a college for Forensic Science. I really want a tattoo, either on my left wrist or on my upper arm/shoulder (something like that). I will be 18 in September. I want to be a Forensic Scientist, but every adult (teacher, internship sponsors, and other adults), told me that getting a tattoo can hinder getting a good paying job, especially me, wanting to be a Forensic Scientist. So. my question is: “Would getting a tattoo hinder from getting me a good paying Forensic Science job?”
The tattoo I want to get will be purple either the infinity symbol on my left wrist, or something on my upper arm/shoulder (left or right).
I’m going to college in New York, and when I graduate, I’m going to another college for another in depth Forensic Science degree, then I will apply for jobs. I also was thinking of becoming a lawyer too.
If I get a Forensic Science job, I’d like it to be in Washington D.C., Virginia, or somewhere where it is a good paying Forensic Science job.
Answer by Obfuscation
not if the tattoo says “I love forensics so much that I permanently marked my body with a statement of how much I love it.”
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