Virgo: Occupations / Financial Profile · zodiacal signs explained  ·  March 1, 2024, 7:35 GMT
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Virgo: Occupations / Financial Profile

Virgo: Occupations / Financial Profile - Zodiacal signs explained

Astrology of Virgo: Occupations / Financial Profile It's very rare to see a Virgo on the unemployment line, and just as rare to see one riding in a limousine. Most Virgos fall short of the millions, but live on comfortable salaries.

You are perhaps the most employable sign of all, based on your work ethic, your intellect, and your desire to be the best. You're the one that quietly works his way up the career ladder, usually behind the scenes. Your analytical mind solves problems easily, and this gets you promoted.

Your lone weakness, financially, is a tendency to gamble. It's as if, knowing you're so stable, you need the excitement of the big kill to add spice to your financial life. Indeed, some Virgos have been known to succeed as professional gamblers, but only when they apply themselves using the same analytical faculties and work ethic that are usually saved for more traditional vocations. It's okay to have fun with it here and there, but don't make it a habit unless you're a dedicated pro.

As mentioned earlier, there are many Virgos in the medical profession, because it combines highly refined skills, a quiet demeanor, and a way to be of service to people. The Russian physiologist Pavlov, of Pavlov's dog fame, was a Virgo, as is the great caretaker of the people, Mother Teresa. We also find them in the military (again, attention to detail, service to others, and a structure to blend into) and teaching (detail, service, structure, and sharing learned information).

Because of the Mercury influence, many Virgos become great writers and composers: on the musical side, there's Leonard Bernstein and Claude Debussy (whose work symbolizes many Virgo qualities: it's quiet, introverted, and moves in regular rhythmic patterns); the great country songwriter George Jones, the rather introverted jazzman Branf ord Marsalis; the shy Buddy Holly; and perhaps most Virgoan of all, Michael Jackson—shy, sensitive, and obsessed with perfection, physically and professionally. The list of writers includes Leo Tolstoi, Goethe, Bret Harte, and O. Henry (all of whom expressed the misery of aloneness).

The famous Virgo actors tend to be introverted as well: the late River Phoenix, Ingrid Bergman, Anne Bancroft, Jeremy Irons, Richard Gere, Marlee Matlin, Sophia Loren, Twiggy, and of course, Greta Garbo. Other Virgo media personalities include the reserved newsmen Dan Rather and Charles Kuralt, quieter politicians such as former president Lyndon Johnson and senator Geraldine Ferraro, perfectionistic filmmakers Oliver Stone and Richard Attenborough, and hard-working athletes Jimmy Connors and Cal Ripken, Jr.

(Isabella: Astrology & Palmistry)

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