Whether or not you believe in horoscopes and astrology, you might be surprised what your sign can reveal about you. It can illuminate your strengths and weaknesses, lend insight into your personality, and perhaps even help you choose a career.
When was the last time you met a timid salesperson or an impulsive accountant? Some personality types are just better suited to certain jobs than others.
So, if you’re looking find your dream job, perhaps you should aim for the stars.
The last thing an Aries person needs is monotony. Unpredictability is what keeps life exciting, right?
Ideal jobs often include those in law enforcement, emergency services, or in the military. Aries individuals can also make good athletes and/or personal trainers.
Virgos are highly analytical, methodical, and often quite organized. They prefer not to take risks but do appreciate a solid challenge. They are typically also perfectionists and, as such, can sometimes be too hard on themselves.
Virgos excel in the medical field as doctors, nurses, and psychologists. They also make excellent teachers and scientists.
Natural born leaders, Leos excel in management and leadership positions. They not only love feeling like they have plenty of responsibility, they also thrive when receiving plenty of social recognition. Leos typically do not enjoy hiding in the shadows.
Ideal jobs include becoming an entrepreneur or CEO, a celebrity, or an artist.
One of the greatest strengths Geminis possess lies in their communication abilities. That said, they also like to have a good time.
This is why Geminis make fantastic writers, podcast hosts, comedians, and broadcasters.
Taureans tend to have a strong appreciation for many of the finer things in life. While they’re also adept at overcoming life’s challenges thanks to their incredible patience, they also crave stability and financial security.
The perfect job may be that of a gallery curator, a sommelier, or a chef.
Money is often a major motivator for Libras, however, they’re also very friendly and warm as well. The ideal career should allow for their charisma, charm, and diplomacy to help them succeed.
Libras are both creative and endearing, so they excel in quite a variety of careers. They often make great makeup artists, hairstylists, florists, or dancers. However, they can also be successful in a legal career, as an entertainer, or even as a counselor.
Cool, confident Scorpios make some of the best salespeople you’ll ever meet. They enjoy being in positions of power almost as much as they enjoy solving problems, too.
In addition to sales jobs, Scorpios also make good politicians, financial advisors, law enforcement officers, and detectives.
With all that ambition and drive, there’s no doubt Capricorns are often ready to dive in to anything they pursue. What they lack in patience, they make up for in perseverance and they’re not afraid to get their hands dirty.
Traditional career paths are often the most suitable, as this is a hardworking sign. Capricorns make great industrial managers, scientists, researchers, farmers, and tend to excel at administrative work as well.
Aquarians are not the best at dealing with serious obligations, however, they’re incredibly smart and creative. The perfect jobs are those that instill a sense of freedom but that are also quite challenging.
Most Aquarians also enjoy work that has a sense of adventure to it. Plus, they also are often drawn to technology. When we think of Aquarians, we tend to think of astronauts, creative directors, travel photographers, film directors. They may also excel at jobs in information technology and engineering.
Immaterialistic and open-minded, Pisceans often spend quite a lot of time with their head in the clouds. They may also be drawn to coastal cities or large bodies of water. (We know it sounds cliché, but it’s true.) Traditional jobs often just don’t suit Pisceans at all.
They often excel as musicians, poets, architects, and in other highly creative roles that allow them solitude and independence. Other jobs that they may enjoy include sailing, diving, or other maritime-related occupations.