Sagittarius, Career and Money
Sagittarians need a career that can help them grow as a person, that allows them to reach out, to something new and meaningful. This means that repetitive jobs, such as being a bank clerk or a shop assistant, are almost certainly not suitable. Unless they’re short-term, for a specific purpose – for example to raise money for a jungle-trekking holiday in Central America.
On the other hand, jobs involving a lot of travel are likely to be very appealing. Being a tour guide or missionary, or perhaps a member of the armed forces – provided the Archers aren’t turned off by military discipline.
Sagittarians often have brilliant ideas, which appear to be foolproof. However in many cases the details aren’t properly worked through, and the end result can be disastrous. So Sagittarians in business, or in senior management positions, have to be careful, and if they’re making big plans they should always get a second opinion.
One career that Sagittarians are not usually suited to is diplomacy. The travelling might be nice, but the politeness and the formality are probably too much to deal with.
A career where rudeness and tactlessness can be useful is comedy. Sagittarians know how to keep their audiences amused, and their offensiveness will be easy-going and spontaneous.
Money is an area that some Sagittarians could have problems with. They can buzz around, spending like mad without counting the cost. And if they get it into their head that they want to travel, it could be spend first and think later.
There are also dangers from speculation – their schemes for making money could be incredibly successful, they could also lead to bankruptcy.
In general, Sagittarians should recognise that the best things in life are free, that if one has to pay for excitement it’s inevitably going to be a bad deal.
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