Capricorn: Occupations / Financial Profile · zodiacal signs explained  ·  June 23, 2024, 7:52 GMT
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Capricorn: Occupations / Financial Profile

Capricorn: Occupations / Financial Profile - Zodiacal signs explained

Astrology of Capricorn: Occupations / Financial Profile You work best in a structure, such as a large corporation, school system, church, or the military. You appreciate the earning of rank, and once you've achieved it, you hand down the same wisdom to those younger than you.

This makes you an excellent teacher, pastor or priest, or ranking military officer. In business terms, the bigger the company the better, because it offers you the opportunity to work so hard that you climb from the mailroom to the executive suite. In fact, whenever you read about such a success story, it's almost always a Capricorn.

You're quite good with financial data, so a large bank, insurance or investment company is a smart direction for you. As an earth sign and a hard worker, you appreciate buildings as well, so real estate and the construction industry are also recommended. Finally, Capricorn's connection to the bones and teeth can lead you to a successful career as a dentist or orthopedic surgeon.

Typical famous Capricorns include the hardworking Woodrow Wilson, who began prohibition; the hardest worker of all, Horatio Alger; the industrious Benjamin Franklin; Howard Hughes, Conrad Hilton, Aristotle Onassis, all of whom climbed admirably to the top of the business world; and Richard Nixon, another who climbed with all his might to the top.

There's also Clara Barton, who founded the Red Cross, exemplifying self-sacrifice. Several pop stars represent the sign's love for music, as well as its tendency to rise to the top of a tough business, including Elvis Presley, Rod Stewart, David Bowie, Naomi Judd, John Denver, and Kenny Loggins.

Capricorn women are said to have a rather cold beauty. This is evident in Marlene Dietrich, Faye Dunaway, Sade, and Crystal Gayle (another cold beauty, Patricia Neal, is on the Aquarian cusp).

Similarly, the dark, depressed, morbid side of the sign can be seen in the works of Rod Serling, Edgar Allan Poe, J.D. Salinger, and Simone de Beauvoir.

(Isabella: Astrology & Palmistry)

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