Even though it clearly states in header of my blog that I am a professional body piercer, I will address this question.
You are right, if I tried to get a job at McDonald’s right now I wouldn’t have a chance. But that is why I waited until I had a Career as a professional body piercer to get my face worked on. I honestly have never had trouble getting jobs in the past as my resume is impressive as hell. I also have a college degrees from Umass boston. I have been a personal trainer, a soldier, a bouncer, and even on the corporate side of the snapple corporation. I really hate questions like this because just because someone is highly modified doesn’t mean they don’t have there shit together. Which no matter how nice you ask it is still implied.
So no I have never had trouble getting a job. But that doesn’t mean you should go out and get your face tattoo’d without having a career or being finically stable.
College degree , skilled labor (funeral directing)with management skills here. Also run a piercing business w my wife
Three years worth of Electrical Engineering education, Skilled labor - computer systems repair/networking, and 7 years worth of retail inventory and logistics management, including floor planning and performance statistics monitoring for electronics giants.
"Just because someone is highly modified doesn’t mean they don’t have their shit together".
Major in musical theory and composition, and a degree in graphic design. I also used to co-own and manage a recording label back in the late 90’s/ early 2000’s.
Hi, I’m Brett and I have a General Associates Degree, a Bachelors of Science in Interpersonal Speech Communication, currently working on my Master’s in Interpersonal Speech Theory and Listening.
I spent 5 years working with AT&T corporate as a senior sales associate and technician, 5 years running a restaurant, 3 years as an AutoCAD draftsman/architecture designer, and I’m currently a full time body piercer.
Oh, and I’m a Professor. Yes, you read that right. I’m a G.A. Professor at the campus I attend for my Master’s where I teach incoming freshman Public Speaking and Rhetoric.
Just gonna leave this here
I have no comment. None what so ever.
This is extremely ironic because one of the things my boyfriend loves about me is that I’m a scientist
And he fully supports me wanting to be a scientist AND us having a family in like 10 years
…Oh shit I totally didn’t know that all the children that my female professors have don’t exist and neither do their husbands.
Those are real people with real families.
(Also sounds like you *do* have something against women in STEM?)
Having a profession is time consuming by nature?
That is what a job does??
Most families don’t have only one working parent these days anyway?
Jokes on you shitty anon, because while you seem to think that I represent all that is wrong with women in STEM (why else would you keep name checking me?) you also don’t seem to know that much about me.
Because even if having a demanding career in STEM did drive off the real men (why are they real? What do fake men look like? Aren’t all men by necessity real men?), which is doesn’t, I am totally 100% okay with that. I am not here for men of any kind. I am here for the science and the ladies, so there’s that.