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Three Amazing Tattoo Facts and Figures That You Will Never Believe

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Tattoos are now more popular than ever before in modern history, thanks to increasingly accepting standards among employers and society. And with the number of people choosing to get inked quickly on the rise, the number of people completing tattoo apprenticeship programs and becoming tattoo artists is also rising rapidly. This makes the tattoo and piercing industry one of the most quickly-growing industries in the country.

But do you know as much about tattoos as you think you do? Test your knowledge with this list of three amazing facts and figures about tattoos:

50 to 3,000

This is the number of times, per minute, that a tattoo machine’s needle punctures the skin! Any apprentice tattoo artist will tell you that the tattoo needle needs to prick your skin at such a high speed in order to effectively and efficiently deposit the insoluble tattoo ink below the top layers of your skin. Otherwise, getting a tattoo would take literal days to complete!

21,000

Currently, there are approximately 21,000 different tattoo parlors and shops across the U.S., with a significant portion of these parlors offering apprenticeships to aspiring tattoo artists. There’s certainly no shortage of options when it comes to finding the right tattoo artist for your tattoo — just be sure to do your research before having just anyone give you a tatto, as these things are permanent.

One in five

Did you know that an incredible one out of every five people now has one or more tattoos? Because so many people are getting inked, tattoos are significantly more accepted than they were even 10 years ago. It’s clear that getting a tattoo is one of the best ways to set yourself apart from the crowd while expressing your passions.

Have any other questions about tattoo apprenticeship programs or where to find a school to learn to tattoo? Let us know in the comments below.




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