As we all know, the banking industry is regarded as quite conservative in the eye of the broader public. Alas, a tattoo would be something not suitable to get as an employee of this industry. At least according the mainstream view of the banking industry I presume.
I have always had a fascination of tattoos, and I have always wanted to get a few of them. I did not get a tattoo earlier in life because my parents was strictly opposing that (asian parents, not too conservative but still huge opponents of tattoos).
Now that I am older, I am seriously considering getting a tattoo. A big one, like a sleeve or something similar. But, as an analyst in an investment bank I am afrad this will be affecting my career progression negatively. I know, we live in 2017 and tattoos is not a "big thing" any longer. But when it comes to banking you never know.
I would love to hear your views on this as I am really keen on having a tattoo. Still, I guess I would not put my career at risk just for a tattoo.