Tattooed people: What are your careers/jobs/goals?

Tattooed people: What are your careers/jobs/goals? Topic: Forest engineers
July 19, 2019 / By Colena
Question: Not being snarky or judgmental! Just curious. I actually just got a semi-sleeve, and while I'm still just in university, I aim to become a writer, a French teacher, an RPCV (Peace Corps volunteer), and eventually an English professor. I can't really find any blogs about tattooed professionals, but I like reading about them and I have met them; even met a hopeful engineer at my school with two full sleeves! I often just see tattooed people in the arts; illustrators, tattoo artists, musicians. It's nice, but can get monotonous at times. So, if you have tattoos (on a scale from one small heart to Zombie Boy-esque) what do you do? Or if you're still young like me, what do you aim to do?
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Benedicta Benedicta | 10 days ago
RPCV is Returned Peace Corps Volunteer. When I was 18 I wanted to be a PCV, then a forest ranger. While I was in college I fell in and out of love twice, and changed my career goal to PCV, then English teacher. I taught English for two years in the Peace Corps. While I did I got my only tattoo - a tribal one from the Ibans, the predominant tribe in the district I served in. I made sure it would not show if I wore a long-sleeved shirt. My career goals changed again when I tried teaching in the USA. I became a computer programmer. I eventually found love, too.
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Benedicta Originally Answered: What do people with desk jobs do all day?
I'll give you an example. Say you have an administration assistant for a huge law firm. This person may be described as someone with a desk job. A solicitor on average probably receives hundreds of letters a day. He can't read them all because he may not have time to do that. Some of them might be bills for example that can be dealt with by a finance department, some of them may be letters that need to be archived and filed for future reference, some might need to go for the personal attention of the solicitor and some might need specific data extracted to make it more streamlined for reference. This "admin assistant" would be to all intents and purposes the person who does this. They would input relevant data into a computer system, they would liase with other law firms and department on the phone on behalf of the solicitor i.e. requesting payments, requesting further information, scheduling appointments, arranging meetings etc. They would archive information, upload documents onto the computer system, file documents, meet and greet clients, set up conference rooms for meetings etc. With hundreds of letters and appointments expected throughout the working day, a desk job like this could very easily last eight hours.
Benedicta Originally Answered: What do people with desk jobs do all day?
those people contribute absolutely nothing to the world at large they just turn up and process problems created by other people sitting at desks in other buildings (sometimes their own building or worse still the desk next to theirs)

Adrianna Adrianna
36% of all women under 30 are now tattooed. This is none issue anymore. Get all the tattoo you want. Ironically the more conservative the job, the more clothes that are worn so you can have more tattoos.
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Thad Thad
My two main goals are to become a novelist and musician. I also have a tertiary dream of learning Japanese and taking film studies, in addition to animation, so that I can direct my own anime films and series.
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Thad Originally Answered: •What do employers think about people who change jobs often?
Well, imagine that you're a teacher, and you have a new student who, at 14 years, has a history of changing 7 different schools. If you can put yourself in this situation, how would you feel about your student? What would you ask yourself, what would be your concerns regarding that student's past? Similar to this example, employers take into account how often a candidate changed his job, how similar those jobs were, and for how long he or she stayed in a position. Employers look for a reliable, loyal subordinate, and they make a long-time commitment in the moment he signs the employment papers.

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