Career Advice for Sagittarius Astrology Symbol
Do you want to know what your Sagittarius sign says about what field of work you should go into? If you’re interested in the answer, then read on!
The first thing is that your Sagittarius sign tells me that you have a natural talent for things like music or art. I mean, it’s not just that you enjoy doing them, but you actually do better at those than most people who aren’t naturally gifted. You might be able to play an instrument perfectly well if you really wanted to, which is a wonderful natural gift.
Traits of Sagittarius
You also tend to be optimistic about everything. You’re the kind of person who always sees the silver lining in every dark cloud. That’s a great quality to have, because it means that you’re never going to get too discouraged or depressed about anything. It also means that you’re able to stay positive in the face of adversity, and that’s an important trait in anyone.
You also have a natural tendency to be a leader. You’re probably not even aware of it, but you just have a way of inspiring people, and getting them to do what needs to be done.
You’re also very confident in your abilities, which is another great quality. You love freedom, so you’re probably not going to want to work in a field where you have to answer to a higher authority.
You also probably don’t want to be stuck in an office for very long, because you do much better with physical activity.
Your second characteristic is that you’re very creative. Your imagination runs wild and you can come up with some pretty cool ideas. You’re also very intelligent, so you could excel in a field that involves math or science.
Finally, your third characteristic is that you’re a hard worker. You like to get things done and will do whatever it takes to make sure everything goes smoothly. That’s a great quality to have, because it means that you’re reliable.
So what does all this mean for your future? The job that you’re looking for should have the following characteristics. Your job should be:
Traits that Your Job Should Have
1) Creative: you should be able to use your imagination in the process. You don’t want a stuffy, rote, job like being an accountant, but rather one like an artist where generating new ideas and going off the beaten path are rewarded. You want a job that isn’t 99% following rules, but rather where the value comes through unique, creative, human expression.
2) Freedom: you want to be able to come and go as you please, without having to ask permission or having a boss watch over your shoulder. You don’t want to have to deal with a rigid schedule or mandatory overtime. You want to be able to set your own hours and work around your other responsibilities.
3) Some level of intellect: you want a job that keeps your mind sharp, but doesn’t require you to study for years and years to keep up. You like to engage your mind with your work, and so totally rote work might not be the best fit for you. Intellect here doesn’t mean doing the most complicated math, but means intellect in all dimensions including emotional.
4) Good working environment: you want to work somewhere that is clean and pleasant. You may not want to have to deal with a lot of unpleasant people or toxic culture where backstabbing and other unprofessional behavior is the norm. You might want to work in a place that is supportive and encouraging, and promotes a positive work environment. Also make sure your commute isn’t too long, since you likely don’t like long commutes.
5) You want a job in which you can help people. You’re a caring and empathetic person, and you want to use those skills to help people who are in need of a helping hand. You want to be able to use your talents and skills to make a difference in someone’s life.
6) Have room for improvement: Your job should have room for advancement and growth. You don’t want to feel like you’ve hit a plateau after only a few years. You want to be able to expand your skills and grow as a person in your job.
7) Good money: You’re not going into this for the money, but you still want to make a living wage. You don’t want to be rich, but you don’t want to be struggling either.
8) Something you like: The most important trait, you want to do something that you actually like. You don’t want to spend hours upon hours every day doing something you hate. Even if the other traits are met, if you don’t like what you’re doing, you won’t be happy.
Jobs That Might Be Good Fits for You
Given the above, here are 10 jobs (along with a few sentences describing each) that may be a good fit for your Sagittarius sign and why:
1) Musician: This job is creative and artistic. You can express yourself, and your talents will be rewarded. You can also grow as a musician as you get better. Music is fun and you find it fun to play and fun to listen to. You also get to work in an environment that is fun and laid back.
2) Sales associate or manager: A sales associate or manager’s job is to promote and sell the products or services that their company provides. You’ll need to be creative in how you advertise and market your company’s items. You also get to meet people, and if you become a manager you’ll need to be a good communicator and problem solver.
3) Photographer: A photographer is someone who takes pictures. If you like to take pictures, this job is a good fit for you. You’ll need to have a good eye for composition and framing, and you’ll need to have a certain amount of artistic skill. You’ll also need to have a lot of patience, since you’ll be waiting around for that perfect shot sometimes.
4) Traveling Sales Associate: A traveling sales associate sells items door-to-door or business-to-business. You’ll need to be persistent, and you’ll need to be a good problem solver. You’ll also need to be good at communicating, since you’ll be talking to people all day.
5) Veterinarian: A veterinarian takes care of animals. If you like animals and have a lot of empathy for them, this job can be a great fit. If you like science and biology, then that’s even better.
6) Flight Attendant: A flight attendant’s job is to take care of the passengers on an airplane. The job requires you to have a lot of people skills, and you’ll need to be able to handle difficult situations with tact and grace. You’ll also need to be in good physical condition since you’ll be on your feet a lot, and you may have to enforce the rules occasionally when it comes to safety.
7) Police Officer: A police officer’s job is to enforce the law. You’ll need to be able to handle stressful situations, and you’ll need to be good at solving problems. You’ll also need to be in good physical condition since you’ll be expected to run after criminals and physically restrain them at times.
8) Teacher: A teacher’s job is to educate and enlighten the next generation. You’ll need to be a good communicator and have a lot of patience. You’ll also need to be able to handle stressful situations, such as when a student is misbehaving.
9) Veterinarian’s Assistant: A veterinarian’s assistant helps out the veterinarian. You’ll need to be good at science and math since you’ll be helping with tests and experiments. You’ll also need to have a lot of empathy since you’ll be working with animals a lot.
10) Brand Ambassador: A brand ambassador’s job is to promote a company’s brand. You’ll need to be outgoing and friendly, and you’ll need to be a good communicator. You’ll also need to be creative in how you advertise the brand, and you’ll need to be a good problem solver since you’ll be faced with challenges when trying to advertise the brand.
Signs You’re Not in the Right Job
Now that we’ve discussed some job ideas for you, let’s talk about some signs that you’re not in the right job.
1) Not Enough Money: There’s nothing worse than getting to the end of the month and realizing that you don’t have enough money to pay all the bills. If this is a common occurrence, then you may need to look for a new job. This isn’t just you being greedy, but it may be that if you ask the world for a job that pays better, if you really visualize it, and try again and again despite setbacks, you’ll eventually succeed in this effort.
2) No Room For Advancement: If you feel like you’re stuck in the same job and there’s no way to move up in the company, then you may need to look for a new job. You want to feel motivated to do your best at work, and if you don’t feel that way, then it’s time to move on.
3) You’re Unhappy: This may seem obvious, but you’d be surprised how many people are in jobs that they hate. If you don’t like what you’re doing, then it’s time to move on.
4) You Don’t Get Along With Co-Workers: If you find yourself frequently arguing with your co-workers or not getting along with them, the first thing you should do is see if you can change your interactions or yourself to solve the problem. Good techniques include empathizing with them and directly asking them how you can improve. If after trying these techniques, you still find yourself not getting along with them, then you may need to look for a new job.
To summarize, Sagittariuses have great job opportunities. Look inside yourself, at your strengths, and apply widely, and you’ll find the job you love. Good luck!