Recently I read about an Australian company that put out an ad seeking new employees, but with a rather uncommon request—the applicants had to be a certain astrology sign. Anyone under the Taurus, Aquarius, Aries, Capricorn, or Leo signs were encouraged to submit resumes because, according to a spokesperson for the company, those signs make the best employees.

I was a little miffed, and not just because I’m a hard-working Gemini. Our birthdays (which we have no control over) supposedly outline our personalities and fates, and now they make or break our chances for employment? I’d never looked into my sun sign beyond the occasional monthly horoscope or my compatibility with crushes, but seeing how astrology shapes us as employees seems just as important—particularly if helps us land (or hold on to) a job.

Capricorn
Goats pride themselves on being highly productive and will thrive best in work environments that challenge them. They tend to get antsy if they’re not multitasking and they will focus on succeeding in their careers above cultivating friendly work relationships. However, that unyielding focus can also make them prone to narrow-mindedness and an aversion to change, and their eager-beaver moods will quickly sour if they feel their hard work isn’t paying off or being properly rewarded.

Aquarius
Aquarians enjoy trying new things and appreciate being given a variety of responsibilities. They’re hard workers who march to the beat of their own drums, but easily form friendships by being loyal and considerate of others. Their classic air sign flightiness means that they also get bored easily and are always on the lookout for better and brighter things if their jobs feel stagnant.

Pisces
I’m surprised Pisces didn’t make that Australian company’s list as they’re known for their extreme loyalty and diligence—well, when the job’s right. A content Piscean worker commits herself to the company and truly believes in the work she is doing, ditching the daydreams for discipline. If they hate their jobs, these fishes make it obvious and spend their time imagining a better life (and everywhere else they could be besides the office) instead of improving conditions at work.

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