Can I become a Biochemist with stretched ears and tattoos?

I don't have stretched ears or tattoos yet. I'm only 14, But I want to stretch my ears soon and get tattoos when I'm 18. The problem is I have 4 talents I guess you would say. Music, Hair-styling, Biochemistry, and Film editing/Producing/directing+Photography I love music and I play the guitar, but I don't think I will be that successful so I decided to use it as a back-up or something to do after work or something. I'm great at hair-styling but I want to make good money or become like a Hollywood type hairstylist. But my main question is, If I decided to be a Biochemist or a Movie/film editor/producer/director or a Photographer, Could I have stretched ears and tattoos? I love them and I always have, I don't think jobs should judge me on my appearance instead of on my ability to work, I'd rather not work for that person. But that's life and almost all formal type jobs are like that. I have considered being a tattoo artist..But I'm not so sure, plus I know that allows stretched ears and tattoos. I would like to know ASAP. Thanks for reading and a special thanks to the people that helped answer. ;)

Asked By: - 1/3/2013
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The technical fields (which could include Biochemistry) are generally more laid-back about dress code than many other professions. A degree in Biochemistry could lead to anything from working in a forensics lab to teaching in a University... More
Answered By: James - 1/3/2013
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It depends on your occupation, but majority of jobs require you to look professional. They're not going to want to hire a person that looks like a punk. I feel you though, haha. I have ear piercings and what not, but I'm going to have to take them off eventually. You're not going to have a job for awhile so I say, do... More
Answered By: Jun - 1/3/2013
You're in luck, if you'd rather not work for a person who judges you on your appearance. You have absolutely no legal obligation to apply for that job and they have absolutely no obligation to look past your serious lack of common sense... More
Answered By: bcnu - 1/3/2013
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