A lot of people have been leaving comments discussing what career a Sagittarius should pick on the blog Best and Worst Careers for A Sagittarius. Despite numerous advice and a long time of analyzing and contemplating, Sags still have a hard time deciding what career is best for them. If you are one of those Sags that are still looking for THE career you may want to regroup and look at things in a different light.
Landing your ideal career doesn’t always mean you’re going to end up happy doing it. There are various factors to consider when deciding what is ideal. For some it could be something that suits their personality, something that challenges them, and something they love. For others, however, it could just be something that pays good. Of course the best type is still a job that gives you all of the above. In the real world, people mostly pick something with a competitive pay and benefits, even if it makes them miserable. There are ways to avoid this from happening, though. The miserable part, I mean.
The answer? When choosing a career, always pick two. A career doesn’t have to be a job. It could be a hobby that you make a career out of. Again, there are different factors in this. If you already have a job that classifies you as a desk jock and you hate being a desk jock (you’re a Sag for crying out loud!) then pick a hobby you can do on your spare time. Don’t even start to say you don’t have spare time, make some! Again, you’re a Sag, you are known for your ingenuity. If you want to do it, you’ll find a way. Even very busy CEOs find time to sail their boats and go on family trips.
A former co worker who is a Sag loves to surf and goes to a surf resort not far from the city, he eventually came up with the idea of organizing weekend retreats to the surf resort and offers a package which includes transportation, accommodations, meals, a tour of the area and a couple hours surf lessons or surf board rental for enthusiasts.
It doesn’t have to be a grand idea. You may start small. It’s all up to you. You like making your own accessories? Make some more and sell it online. You can even sell it to your co workers. Your fellow desk jocks. Alone, this might not make as much as you make working an 8-hour shift but it’s a diversion. You work as a technical writer but finds it boring? Write freelance blogs or try for a novel on your spare time. Who knows? It could be the next NY Times best seller.
Bear in mind that not everyone lands their career of choice. We all have ideal jobs but sometimes it’s a matter of how you look into it. Make your own career. If there’s something a Sag is proud of, it’s grabbing life and knowing how to make the most of it.