Aquarius: Occupations / Financial Profile · zodiacal signs explained  ·  February 25, 2024, 1:06 GMT
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Aquarius: Occupations / Financial Profile

Aquarius: Occupations / Financial Profile - Zodiacal signs explained

Astrology of Aquarius: Occupations / Financial Profile You are blessed with a logical, scientific mind, and this alone suits you to innumerable careers in the high-tech industries. If every computer company declared that each employee could get their birthday off, they would literally lose half their staff in February. Since these jobs are generally secure and pay well, and since you love this kind of logic-based work, you'll enjoy success on all levels here.

Your other great talent is for social work. A great many activists, teachers, and politicians are Aquarians, and although these positions may not pay as well as the technical jobs, to an idealist like you they are perhaps the most satisfying pursuit you could choose in life. You want to make a difference in the world, not get rich. In fact, no one irks you more than the person who simply chooses a career for the money.

What you're not great at is anything that is vague or negotiable, such as sales or dealmaking. You need the solidity of machines and logic, or the nobility of truth and mankind's welfare, to satisfy you.

As mentioned earlier, many of the world's great writers are Aquarians, because they understood that they could show their true feelings on paper much more easily than in person. This list includes Charles Dickens (also a great social humanitarian), Somerset Maugham, Francis Bacon, Charles Darwin, Lewis Carroll, Sinclair Lewis, James Joyce, Tennessee Ernie Ford, science fiction master Jules Verne, and the poets Robert Burns and Lord Byron.

(Isabella: Astrology & Palmistry)

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