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    I personally dislike tattoos on women! So I would go for a place that can be covered up'

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    As a patient, I wouldn't mind at all if a nurse had a tattoo. I'm pretty sure two of the midwives who were with me when DD2 was born had tattoos

    Only thing I would be concerned about is employers unfairly judging you in your interview.

    Just keep it covered for the interviews

    If I were an employer I would not be concerned about tattoos.

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    Hate tattoos personally, but I do know one fellow doctor with one (barely visible) and I have seen a few nurses on the wards with them....no idea what the patients think though :-)

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    Wouldnt bother me at all i couldnt care less if the nurses or drs for that matter are covered in tattoo or not if they are good at there job i couldnt give a monkeys

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    I'm a nurse and I have a visible tattoo on my ankle and I get more judgement from the oldies being a working mum rather than directed at my tattoo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nowhere View Post
    Wouldnt bother me at all i couldnt care less if the nurses or drs for that matter are covered in tattoo or not if they are good at there job i couldnt give a monkeys
    Totally agree! I don't judge somebody on their looks


 

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