We all hope to find the kind of career that fits us so well, and gives us so much joy, that we almost feel guilty getting paid for it. Sadly, it seems the majority of us are stuck with careers we don't particularly enjoy, and if it wasn't for the paycheck we would change jobs in a New York minute.
You can hone in on your own areas of strength by tapping into the age-old science of Numerology. Use your Life Path number to find out where you have the greatest chance of success! Your Life Path number is an excellent indicator of what kind of work suits you best.
Life Path number 1
We find many 1s -- like Napoleon Bonaparte -- in the military or law enforcement, because the aggressive 1 is well-suited for careers that call for leadership and strong motivation. But masculine 1s are also often contractors, entrepreneurs, members of middle-and upper-management, self-employed craftsmen and sailors. In addition, you'll find 1s filling in the ranks of lawyers, farmers, engineers and freelance artists -- specifically freelance photographers and graphic designers.
Life Path number 2
Perhaps best exemplified by famous 2 Rosa Parks, this sensitive and feminine number is the exact opposite of 1. But like Rosa Parks, 2s tend to be resilient and strong, the true survivors of the number spectrum. They're diplomats with staying power in their chosen field, and you'll most likely find them serving as teachers, counselors, doctors, nurses, therapists -- in general, caregivers. Their personable natures also push them ahead in fashion and real estate sales, and you'll find that many bartenders, waiters, matchmakers and politicians have a 2 Life Path number.
Life Path number 3
One of the most creative and dynamic numbers, 3s can have difficulty with routine activities. They like careers where days are unconventional and often unexpected -- Hillary Clinton is an archetypal 3. Other 3s are often found in the arts, laboring as writers and filmmakers. Or they might take on advertising, marketing or public relations, or throw themselves into the media, working as journalists and broadcasters. Lively and inquisitive, 3s also enjoy careers in "exact" sciences, like psychology, psychotherapy, biology, pharmaceutical and medical sciences.