Job Tips for Gemini, Libra & Aquarius – Air Signs

Job Tips for Gemini, Libra & Aquarius Air Signs

The Realm of the Mind – thoughts, decisions and analytical abilities

Air signs Gemini, Libra and Aquarius are curious individuals who like to think about things before making decisions. Libra especially has a tendency to over analyse and can get caught in mental gymnastics whilst trying to reach a conclusion.

All air signs have good communication abilities and enjoy illuminating conversations with others. They are usually good at writing, social media, publishing and generally getting the word out. Air signs often have ‘flashes of brilliance’ like wind darting through a nocturnal bonfire.

They can generally think their way to a better life this year despite what is happening in the external world. Air signs can find new opportunities where others fail to see them. Read more about Air Signs and Chinese Astrology  on our website.

Gemini Air Sign

Job Tips for Gemini ( May 21st - June 20th )

Naturally communicative and curious, those born under the zodiac sign of Gemini can be happy when using their intellect, self expression and creativity. Gemini is ruled by the planet Mercury which gives alacrity of thought, so Geminis can enjoy a fast paced workplace with loads of mental challenges…

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Libra Air Sign

Job Tips for Libra ( September 23rd - October 22nd )

Naturally charming, seeking balance and peace, Librans love to be in pleasant environments with pleasant people. Librans are ruled by the planet Venus who encourages Librans to fall in love with the idea of love. They also like the finer things in life, so a well paid career is a must for the discerning Libran.

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Aquarius Air Sign

Job Tips for Aquarius ( January 20th - February 18th )

Aquarius is ruled by Uranus and they are naturally inclined towards technology, electricity and rebelliousness. They are ‘big picture’ people and can sometimes seem a bit detached from emotions or other people’s realities. Aquarius is naturally rebellious and can often find a better way than the status quo.

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Author: Rose Smith