The tattoo craze may have started to peak, and even decline a little bit recently.

According to a new survey tattoo removal has gone up more than 30% in the last year, and jobs seems to be the main reason why.

In the past year, tattoo removal procedures in the U.S. are up a massive 32%.

A new survey asked 700 people who had tattoos removed last year WHY they did it, and yes, job reasons was the number one answer at 40%.

18% of people said they had their tattoo removed because it was their ex's name

16% removed it after a change in beliefs

11% said they were unhappy with their tattoo or didn't like it anymore.

I would like to see how these numbers compare to the amount of people getting their first tattoo.