Numerology and Jobs – Finding the Career That Matches Your Life Path

Do you like your Job? Are you doing something you love and getting paid for it, or are you just struggling to get to the weekend? Most Americans change jobs over five times during their lifetime. If you don’t feel good about what your doing, perhaps you’d like to learn which kinds of jobs Numerology says are right for you. Most spiritual paths and religions suggest that to be truly happy at your job, you need to do what you love. Read on and learn how your Life Path influences which kinds of jobs best fit your personality.

Life Path – Your main number in Numerology

Your Life Path is your primary number in Numerology. Similar to your sun sign in Astrology, it predicts your basic personality type, along with what kind of career you will be drawn to. The basic calculation involves summing all eight digits of your Gregorian date of birth, and then reducing the sum to a single digit using fadic addition. To see how this works, lets take an example. Actress Angelina Jolie was born on June 4th, 1975, so her Life Path number is a (5).

Angelina Jolie’s Life Path = (06-04-1975) = (6 + 4 + 1975) = (1985) = (1 + 9 + 8 + 5) = (23) = (2 + 3) = (5).

The following table shows the nine main Life Paths along with their talents and recommended jobs.

Life Path (1) – The Leader

If this is your Life Path, you are a born leader. You are independent, self-starting, and creative. You are also not a good follower. Suggested careers include: Journalism, stage and film industry, fashion, all kinds of design work, and technology research.

Life Path (2) – The Diplomat

If this is your Life Path, you live to get along and to serve others. You are the deal maker, the consoler. Suggested careers include: Social sector work, government jobs at all levels, and things in the Medical field, excluding being a surgeon.

Life Path (3) – The Entertainer

If this is your Life Path, you live to experience the adoration of other people. You love the limelight for it makes you feel alive. Suggested careers include: Entertainment industry, athletics, acting, modeling, tourism, and any job which promotes public speaking. Careers to avoid: anything where you must work in isolation part of the time. You hate being alone at work.

Life Path (4) – The Creator

If this is your Life Path, you were born to create things. You have good practical knowledge in many areas, and a keen mind for details. Suggested careers include: Construction, Banking and Insurance, Accounting, Computer programming, driving, and craftsmanship. Careers to avoid: the Stock Market, Sales, and any job where there are lots of unpredictable risk as part of the work.

Life Path (5) – The Salesman

If this is your Life Path, you are the born salesman. You are exceptional at getting your ideas across in ways that people like and understand. Suggested careers are: the Internet, radio and television, sales (all types), marketing and public relations.

Life Path (6) – The Teacher

If this is your Life path, you are a team player who loves helping others achieve their goals. Suggested careers include: Police work, Firemen, Law, Medicine, and of course Teaching.

Life Path (7) – The Lone Wolf

If this is your Life Path, you have an intuitive understanding of the needs of others. Suggested careers include: councilors, personal trainers, medical professionals, secretaries, research assistants, therapist, and cosmetic surgeons. Careers to avoid: positions where you must work as part of a close nit team.

Life Path (8) – The Fighter

If this is your Life Path, you were born to struggle and compete. Suggested careers include: the Corporate world, stock trading, financial intuitions, and corporate law. These people are also likely to form their own companies and be the boss. Careers to avoid: anything where initiative and workplace competition are squelched. Team wins are now what these people are seeking.

Life Path (9) – The Humanitarian

If this is your Life Path, you live to benefit society both local, and worldwide. Suggested careers include: Teaching, counseling, child protection, journalism, broadcasting, language interpreter, and research scientist. Careers to avoid: anything where there is no benefit to the community as a whole. There must be a social benefit for a job to be acceptable.

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