PISCES (February 19 - March 20)
Ah, Pisces - the twelfth and final sign of the Zodiac! Like the rest of the signs, their personality is complex. Pisceans’ symbol is two fishes facing opposite directions, this reflects the duality of their continual inner struggle. On one hand, they want to be successful, busy, driven and active, but on the other hand, they just want to pull the covers over their head and stay in bed.
Pisces are generally known for being incredibly creative, empathetic, and generous, but they can also suffer from being overly emotional, impressionable, and closed off. Pisces are known for being loyal and deeply caring no matter what their relationship is with the other person.
Keep reading to find out the best career options fit this sign, according to their common zodiac traits.
Pisces usually have great interpersonal skills, including communication, compassion and empathy. This means any caring professions will fit them right. Pisces are naturally instinctive and can respond appropriately and quickly to a changing situation, so they are more likely to spot medical changes in their patients that may need attention. All these traits along with their desire to help people and make a difference to those in need mean that social work may just be the ideal job for a Pisces.
Similar professions would include nurse, social work or counsellor.
As Pisces is a highly intuitive and emotionally aware sign, they often can read people very well. To make a successful recruiter, it's critical to understand multiple requirements and match suitable candidates to roles; this is where helpful and people-orientated Pisces will shine.
Every day is different in recruitment, so Pisces will be able to use their creativity to find solutions to their client's needs without getting bored. Similar career options would be customer service, personal assistants or sports team coaches.
3. Music teacher
Working in the music industry, in general, is likely to appeal to Pisces, as they can be very good at expressing themselves through music. Songwriting may hold particular appeal, providing the opportunity to communicate intense feelings in a creatively and expressively.
However, it is through teaching that Pisces will get to tick all of its boxes. In this position, they can share their love of music, how it inspires them and compels them to learn and practice more.
Other jobs in this realm include a musician, singer, or composer.
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A Pisces can make a terrific pastor, thanks to their innate communication skills, rich emotional inner world and strong empathy. This makes them perfect to quickly build a rapport with their community. Although they can struggle to be motivated themselves, many Pisceans are good at motivating others – especially when they are supporting or leading.
Working as a pastor will allow them to straddle the line between professional and pious. And since Pisces naturally spends a lot of time daydreaming, a natural progression would be to sit lost in their thoughts either over prayer or elsewhere in their imagination.
Similar careers would be a therapist, psychologist or psychic.
5. Boat captain
Pisces is a water sign, meaning they will confident and comfortable in any career that relates to water. So spending a lot of time alone on the sea would be very compelling for a Pisces. They will enjoy the peace and quiet, lost in their thoughts until they turn in for the night.
Other professions in this realm are fisherman, cruise ship staff or coast guard officer.
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