So, the end of the summer holidays, what about it?
So, how's it going to be, back after the summer break?
As often happens, the end of the summer breaks falls in the industrious and disciplined sign of Virgo and as is equally often the case, Mercury is gravitating there too. It is probably thanks to the influence of these two planets that the scent of new exercises books and the prospect of getting down to work have a heartfelt resonance with many of us. However, there are those who show resistance to this orderly atmosphere of obedience, not least those born under the signs of Gemini and Sagittarius!With good aspects from Jupiter and Saturn, this cerebral duo promises a particularly erudite crop of learners, with excellent ground for developing and giving structure to their knowledge, whether passing it on or receiving it. In addition, this pleasant school-like atmosphere will add something of a different angle to what the heavens may bring in these hard, cruel and warmongering times.This gives us an opportunity to look with you at the attitude of each birth sign when dealing with the return to everyday responsibilities, and we will also follow this with personalised advice for those looking for work.
Unemployed? You weren't necessarily made to be your own boss, but need to be free to follow your own agenda. You aren't put off by physical effort and enjoy difficult challenges. With attributes like this, you should find a worthwhile job without any problem.
Unemployed? Whether you are an employee, the boss or self-employed, you are one of the most reliable signs in the zodiac. You are particularly interested in plants, animals and children However, profitability is still your principal motivation.
Unemployed? You have an innate talent for rising to the occasion and rarely miss opportunities to do so. All you need to do is stick at it with determination. You'll get there!
Unemployed? Start by shaking yourself out of your natural apathy and trust in your intuition. You find anything to do with children, catering and the home familiar and gratifying. You're also as good an employee as you are a boss.
Unemployed? Cast your eye around among your friends and acquaintances, as unexpected opportunities could come out of your relationships. You prefer positions of responsibility and creative work.
Unemployed? Your situation should change over the next few weeks. Anything to do with the social sciences, medical or paramedical professions will suit you. Your professional awareness and ability to work as part of a team are major assets.
Unemployed? You are a born diplomat, who works better as part of a team and is searching above all for good dynamics, a variety of contacts and the opportunity to work amongst beautiful things, whether relating to art, décor, music, luxury goods
Unemployed? Now's the time to give chase. Your energy knows no bounds and your ability to delve into a subject, your instincts and manipulative powers will bring up a variety of opportunities.
Unemployed? If you succeed in keeping your rampant emotions under control and having a clear-out in your everyday life, your minute organisation skills should give you a few surprises, especially where partners are concerned. Jobs linked with travel and languages are particularly apt for you.
Unemployed? Don't let it drag you down, whatever you do. You often lack confidence in your abilities, whilst you are rigorously and astonishingly disciplined. Don't hesitate to show off your talents in jobs to do with construction or administration.
Unemployed? This is an excellent period for making yourself noticed, but less so for imposing your presence. You are particularly well suited to jobs where you are your own boss, with your desire to be accountable to yourself alone and strictly free to do as you please.
Unemployed? You should avoid wallowing in negative thoughts and use your formidable intuition to climb the rungs of success. Professions requiring humanity and devotion were designed for you, but you can't work for nothing all your life!
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