An Omaha man, covered neck to God-knows-where with tattoos, complains that he can't find a job in his chosen profession.
KETV television in Omaha has the stunning exposé here:
Michael Mitchell is a 30-year-old college graduate, but he's still trying to nail down his dream job.AND WHILE tattoo dude is waiting for employers to "get with the times," I'm going to hold him to that 30-minute delivery guarantee.
"Right now I deliver pizzas for a living, but I'm a personal trainer," Mitchell said.
He's found the creative expression of his tattoos are hurting his chances in the job market.
"It turns out a lot more people have a problem with my tattoos than I thought 10 years ago," said Mitchell.
He said a recent job offer to be a personal trainer was revoked. He said the reason is written all over his body.
"It's not like they're discriminating the color of my skin, because I chose to do this," said Mitchell. "I understand they have the right, but maybe they should get with the times."
Really, is it really so hard to limit your "body art" to those areas easily covered by a shirt and pants?