When you draw the Death reversed in your career reading, the card signals that you are not giving up; you are holding out for the opportunity that you know is right. You have a vision of your career that you are not willing to give up. You may have come to the realization that this isn’t the best path for you, and you are beginning to look for other employment. Should you experience redundancy, you will have time to think of better options. Be mindful that you are not delaying important business transactions. Sometimes, this card can signal that you have not put in the time in your career necessary to get where you want to be. Make sure that you are taking the necessary time away from work to take care of yourself.
When you draw the Death reversed in your tarot career reading while asking what is your dream job, the card signals that you may not get the job that you want. Maybe you had a desire to start your own business, but you’ve been putting off doing so because you believe that it would be too risky for you to do so. You will now have to realise that as they say, things are never what they seem and it’s not always advisable to start a new project when you’re feeling full of enthusiasm and energy. It will be helpful for you to look at your long-term goals, the risks that come with your business, and whether you fully understand the potential liabilities.
You might feel restricted in your career because of your fear of change, failure, or not making a good impression on others. You might stay in a role you’re not comfortable in because you’re afraid you’ll make a bad impression on your coworkers or clients. If that’s the case, now is a good time to explore the possibilities you were previously blinded to. You need to consider whether your current job is really a good fit for you.
If you have just started a new job, Death reversed is a signal that you might encounter trouble at work. You might not do your job to the best of your abilities, or you are struggling to adapt to a new working environment. You might find yourself feeling alone or left out. It’s important to remember that you need to learn to manage these feelings because you will not be able to change things if you remain silent. Don’t allow these feelings to create anxiety or stress. A lack of focus at work can also be indicated by Death reversed. It indicates that you are feeling uninspired at work and that you lack motivation. Your career has lost its meaning for you. If you are thinking of switching jobs, now is an excellent time to do that. Death reversed is a signal that you must take extra caution not get stuck in your current job.
If you want to improve your current job position, Death reversed signals the wrong decision. If you are thinking about changing your company, ask yourself why you are leaving that company. You have to understand why you are staying in the current position or why are you so attracted to the new one. This time, make research and learn from your mistakes. It is also a sign of stagnation and a lack of progress in your current position.
Death reversed suggests that your career strengths and your practical skills are in jeopardy. You could be out of work, unemployed, or your career may be in limbo. You might have a boss that makes you feel like you did something terrible, or a colleague that is plotting to undermine your position. There is a possibility of a career death (i.e. no more jobs) in the near future. If you are not in work, you are likely to find yourself unemployed soon. If you are still in work, your job may be on shaky ground right now. This time can be difficult, but it is crucial that you protect what you can.
If you want to know what are your career weaknesses, Death reversed signals your bad habits. But the problem with this card is that your bad habits could be getting very difficult for you to correct in the coming time. You might face conflicts with your manager too. You might be acting up in a way that is not suitable for your position and your career could be at a standstill. So it is important to correct the problems before you get into trouble.
If you need advice on improving communication at your workplace, Death reversed reveals that you’ll need to let go of your own insecurities to achieve this. Avoid thinking that you are always right. If you continuously assume that you are always correct, your team members will have a very hard time working alongside you. Conversely, if you’ve been doing the same thing for too long, you will need to change your work methods if you want to be successful. Your work will suffer if you don’t evolve. If you are dissatisfied with your current work or career, you may feel as though you are unable to move on. If you have been contemplating switching jobs or starting your own business, this card warns against doing so right now. You may not yet be at the right point in your personal development to make those big changes.
If you need advice on changing your career, Death reversed reveals that you are likely to ignore the warning signs. Your career is going in the worst possible direction with little to no effort. Perhaps you have been feeling disengaged, tired, unmotivated, or bored at your current job. Your lack of focus and desire is becoming an issue, and your performance in your most important projects is suffering. Alternatively, you may feel motivated, excited, and engaged, but your excitement is quickly turning into exhaustion. It’s time to put on your big girl panties and realize that your time at this job is done. The best thing you can do is let this chapter in your life come to an end. You can let go of your fear and make a clean break. You’ve had plenty of time to prepare, and your clarity about what you want to do next is refreshing.
If you pull the Death reversed in a career tarot reading and you’re wondering how to balance your career and personal life, the card is all about a change that will shake things up. Sometimes, this means a change in income or loss of employment. If your work is suffering due to lack of preparation or laziness, it’s time to make changes. Do you simply slack off when it comes to work? If so, it’s time for you to consider what you are willing to sacrifice for success, and what is worth fighting for. Do you put your entire life at risk because of your desire to make someone else happy? What are you willing to do now to ensure that you can continue to make a living that enables you to be happy? If you own your own business, do you take your clients or your business partners for granted in the name of profits? Or are you pushing them to the point that they feel they can’t afford you? All of these are fair choices to make and things to consider, but make sure that you are not being unfair to yourself and your coworkers.