Neck and face tattoos are the " kiss of death " for trying to get ahead in life. Just another reason for them not to hire you
Have a couple of tattoos myself. I waited until I was in my 30s to get my first. When I'm wearing a t-shirt, you'd never see them. Expressing yourself is your right. Sometimes that ex<x>pression is "I want people to judge me immediately" and those individuals tattoo themselves in places a long-sleeve shirt and pants can't conceal. It may seem unfair, but a neck or face tattoo is really communicating "I make hasty decisions, and I don't care about consequences". If I were employing somebody, that's not high on my list of personality types I'd consider.<br />
So, if you're being judged simply on the fact you have a tattoo, or tattoos; it is the prejudice of those judging you. If you had somebody's name scrawled across the side of your neck in cursive, they're pointing out the obvious.
well I'm not a doctor or lawyer, so no one gives a toss really
I've tattoo's but they can't be seen so nope don't feel judged never will.