What Does Your Star Sign Reveal About Your Career Path?

Everyone’s personality can tailor to different career fields, and your star signs might help you understand a bit more about that.
Modern Times Jul 16, 2019
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A star sign, according to ancient Greeks, impacts an individual's character and personality. Though there are 12 signs, each is divided into four elemental categories — fire, earth, air, and water — that are most telling of what someone's personality might be. Knowing your traits could aid in you in finding work or even pursuing a specific degree.

Fire

If you're a fire sign — Aries, Leo or Sagittarius — you are a fiery, ardent individual. Often called stubborn or passionate, fire signs get the job done. Having a job that allows a fire sign to excel and express artistry, like construction or architecture, would be best.

Earth

Earth signs, though balanced and fair, tend to be perfectionists. Though this may be a hurdle in some careers, professions like cosmetic dentistry that require a job performed thoroughly and without flaw, will fit an earth sign's lifestyle perfectly. Any medical field position could work well for any Taurus, Virgo, or Capricorn.

Air

Air signs are fickle. They are known for doing an about-face pretty often and need spontaneity to feel fulfilled. Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius signs need a creative outlet that will allow for a different change of pace often. That's why working as an instructor offering dance lessons in Lawrenceville, NJ would fulfill these hard-to-pin-down air signs.

Water

Water signs can be an emotional breed. Though Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces are all unique in their own right, they are all rather emotional and get attached easily. That's why work in-home health care services would fit a water sign well. It'd allow them to become emotionally invested in their work since they'll aid others in having a better quality of life.
Each elemental sign has unique facets and traits, however, the fundamental nature of each is simple, and understanding this can make your next job search a bit easier.