Are you likely to climb the heights of the corporate ladder, or is your work elevator jammed firmly in the basement? It seems that your career could be mirrored in the constellations. If you are a career canny Capricorn then you’re mostly likely to end up with the key to the executive washroom. If you are a male Capricorn not only are you likely to wander the top floor, you are liable to have the largest paycheque (remember Amazon Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is a Capricorn). In contrast, female Cancerians are prone to struggle for cash because they tend to earn less than any other sign. Libran females are not shy about seeking salary satisfaction and are the highest earning women; followed closely by Virgoan gals and you’ve guessed it, female Capricorns. Yet, even Libran ladies don’t demand nearly as much dosh as Capricorn chaps; an average Libran female wants a £20,655 salary whereas Mr Capricorn requires a salary of £23,927 (interestingly the average UK man expects to earn £3,248 a year more than the average UK woman). If you are looking to employ someone who is loyal a likely to stay with your business for the long haul, you need to go fishing, as both male and female Pisceans stick with their jobs for longer than any other star sign. The same cannot be said of Pisces’ fellow water sign Scorpio, women born under this sign tend to move from job to job more than any of the other Sun signs./\
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