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Recently a friend approached me with a disappointment in her career. A very intelligent female, with great working habits who recently shift her career (she holds a Master degree in Economics) to alternative health. She is aware success can’t be instant, but she is afraid she is wasting her time and isn’t sure whether she should continue to work on her project. Of course, before anyone asks my ethics, I asked her if I can publish her reading on my blog. The answer was positive.

Stepping into a job interview can often feel like walking a tightrope between showcasing your true potential and navigating the unpredictable terrain of questions and expectations. It’s a pivotal moment, a bridge between where you stand and the possibility of a new professional chapter. Preparation becomes the cornerstone of success, offering not just a sense of readiness but also the confidence to shine amidst the scrutiny of prospective employers. In this article, we will describe a 6 card spread dedicated to a job interview which can serve as a guiding light, illuminating various aspects pertinent to this professional endeavor. In addition to this, while this spread serves as a powerful tool for job interviews, its versatility extends beyond. The insights gained from this tarot spread can be applied to various scenarios, including setting business deals.

In the labyrinth of job hunting, seekers often turn to unconventional means for guidance. Meet Sarah, an aspiring professional navigating the daunting landscape of employment. Despite her persistent efforts, the Ace of Wands, a card symbolizing potential and new beginnings, repeatedly appears in her tarot readings. Yet, paradoxically, Sarah remains stuck in the cycle of unemployment for months. Let’s delve into her journey, exploring the nuances of her experience, the hope offered by the Ace of Wands, and the underlying challenges she faces.

The enigmatic art of tarot reading has transcended its mystical origins to become a powerful tool for introspection and guidance in various facets of life, including business. When delving into the intricate world of business decisions and strategies, tarot spreads can offer unique perspectives and profound insights. However, determining the most effective spread for a business-focused tarot reading can be pivotal in uncovering pertinent information. Let’s explore some of the most impactfull tarot spreads tailored to decode the complexities of the business realm.

King of Pentacles reversed in your career reading is a sign of your joblessness. You can feel as if you are at a dead end, and you probably don’t have any more chances for you to improve your career. You have been at your job for a very long period of time, and you have no other options available for you at the moment. This meaning he is doing no work and having few responsibilities at his job. This is making you feel like you are taking a huge step back.

Queen of Pentacles reversed in your career reading signals wealth but not financial stability or success. The people around you may be jealous of your success and they may not be kind to you. Sometimes this card also indicates that you are lacking in terms of your skills and you are failing at your job, and your workload is too much for you to handle. You are giving all you can, but you are unable to give proper attention to your job. This can be due to a lack of focus and diligence. Sometimes this card also indicates being too generous with your wealth and unable to keep your financial balance.

Knight of Pentacles reversed in your career reading is a sign of disharmony right now. You may be feeling a lack of direction, and thus, you are either constantly switching projects, or you have canceled multiple job offers. You must take steps to improve your job stability.

When you draw the Page of Pentacles reversed in your career reading, the card signals that there may be some miscommunication between you and your superiors. Do you not feel connected to your coworkers or superiors at work? The reversed page might also be a sign that you are lacking the proper tools, resources, and knowledge to complete your tasks at work, which may be leading to you doing more work than you should, or not putting in the effort that is needed to succeed. Sometimes, this card can also indicate that you need to make a change in your job. This might be a time of laziness, frustration, or resentment amongst coworkers and superiors. If so, you’ll need to take responsibility for how you have been contributing to the problem.

When the Ten of Pentacles reversed appears in your career reading, the card is all about a shaky relationship. This means that someone at your office may feel as though they don’t have much in common with you right now. This could be as a result of conflict, tension, or even competition between members of your department, team, or office. At this time, it might be best to distance yourself from the people that are creating these feelings at work. Everyone has their own way to spend their time, and it might be better for you and your coworkers if you work on your own, and away from the negativity. Alternatively, you may have left a job that didn’t work out for you. If you recently separated or abandoned a business, this can be causing feelings of loss or instability; you may be forced to re-evaluate what you consider important.

Through a perspective of career questions, Nine of Pentacles reversed reveals that you could feel confined at your career. You could not possess the flexibility or the willingness to develop or adapt in your job. There can be a sense of restiveness as a result of a lack of progress or a lack of improvement in one’s job. This card might also indicate that your workplace is dishonest or unfair. It is time for you to examine your viewpoint about your career. Do you really want it? Do you want to continue down this path? The Nine of Pentacles reversed suggests that you may feel the opposite as it pertains to your work. You might feel drained and exhausted as a result of dealing with problems at work or being under scrutiny from colleagues. You might not care as much about your career as you did in the upright form of the card.

You can feel like your workplace lacks respect for you, that you do not value what you do, or that your income is not enough to make you feel satisfied.

Eight of Pentacles reversed in your career reading signals sloppiness. You may have missed an opportunity to advance because you were so focused on the quality of what you did instead of doing what was necessary. There is a lack of quality, or of effort and passion in your work. At times, this card can signify not using your abilities to their potential, instead choosing to settle for what is comfortable rather than going for the gold. Sometimes it is better to sit it out, as the job may not be a good fit for you, or you may have no interest in it. If you’re self-employed or own a business, Eight of pentacles reversed denotes that either your quality or effort is very low.

This card can also indicate that you have very little control over your work environment and that you are not being paid fairly. If this is the case, get your complaints out in the open immediately, especially if you are compensated poorly. In this way, you will be in a better position to change things for the better. You cannot have it all, especially if you want to be fulfilled.

If you pull the Seven of Pentacles reversed in your career reading, the card illustrates that you have not invested your time or effort in long-term financial rewards, and the compensation you have received in the past indicates your wasted efforts. Additionally, it illustrates that you are not giving everything in your job. You are working hard to make money, but you are not putting in enough effort to attain that money. It would help if you invested your time and effort to build your resources and achieve your long-term goals. Now is the time to work more efficiently, or you would start losing opportunities.

The Seven of Pentacles reversed also indicates that you may be frustrated with your job or profession, which is making you feel drained. But this card is a warning for you that this is not the right time to make short-term financial gains. This indicates that the work that you have been doing lately is neither fruitful nor beneficial to you, instead, it is wasting your time and energy. Try to prioritize your work, because the more you do, the less energy you will have to work the next day.

If you pull the Six of Pentacles reversed in a career tarot reading, the card is all about financial insecurity. You may have made some bad financial decisions in the past, and this may be putting you at risk of financial loss. Be sure that you have a secure cushion for any emergencies, and be realistic about your financial plans. The card can also indicate abuse of power. If someone at work is trying to take advantage of you, or make you feel inferior, you may experience burn out from the stress. Speak up if the environment around you is not suitable, and push back if necessary. You may have to be clever in how you go about this, as your position at work can come into jeopardy.

If you pull the Five of Pentacles reversed in a career tarot reading, the card is all about getting back on track with your career. Things can be improving as a result of this. There is likely less pressure, and perhaps even a slight improvement in the job market. If you’ve been struggling with a job search or other workplace adversity, this card suggests things are finally getting better and becoming less stressful. You may be more confident than ever, and you are likely feeling more skilled and capable. You may even be rewarded for your efforts.

Four of Pentacles reversed in your career reading is a sign that you are letting go of too tight of a grip. You may be realising that being so protective has limited your growth and now it is time to relax and enjoy the success you have built for yourself. If you’re not currently in the security of employment, Four of pentacles reversed might mean that you are seeking a job that allows you to do something you are passionate about.

If you pull the Three of Pentacles reversed in a career tarot reading, the card is all about a failed project, miscommunication, and teamwork. You may be struggling to work well together as a team. This could be due to not having clear objectives, not understanding each other’s roles, or communicating about every project poorly. You may be finding that some projects take longer to complete than expected. There are few rewards to being part of a group effort. Sometimes, this card can also denote a lack of ambition and a low drive in general. It could be that you’re not putting the necessary effort in to progress up the career ladder. The Three of Pentacles reversed can be a sign that you need to spend more time working alone on your projects and making your resume shine.

When you draw the Two of Pentacles reversed in your career reading, the card signals that you may be spending too much time and money on things that are no longer serving you. You might have a side hustle that has turned into a career, while your core job should be paying for your expenses. Or you may have a part-time job that you are not able to balance, leaving you to struggle with debt. Before you know it, you may not be able to continue like this and the Two of Pentacles reversed advises you to examine what it is that is keeping you from making these adjustments. You must also figure out how to scale down.

The reversed Two of Pentacles can also represent bad investments or missteps in your career that are coming back to haunt you. Be cautious about what you are investing in, since even a small mistake can result in a huge financial loss. The Two of Pentacles reversed suggests that you are overthinking or over-planning your tasks, making you miss out on things at work.

If you pull the Ace of Pentacles reversed in a career tarot reading, it may not be the best time to start a new job, change careers, or build up your profession. It would help if you were very clear about your objectives and had a long-term vision. Instead of thinking about the short-term advantages and drawbacks, focus on the long-term advantages of the changes you plan to make. Sometimes, this card also suggests that your workplace is not a particularly stable or prosperous place when it comes to money and savings. This is a crucial period for you since the financial stability of your workplace depends on your contribution.

Remember to be careful while choosing your new workplace since it may not be a very secure place for you at the moment. This card can also mean that you are losing your savings or investments. So, you must keep a close check on the places you put your hard-earned money as you will have a hard time finding a similar opportunity in the future.

King of Swords reversed in your career reading signals a lack of authority. You are not sure who you should ask for advice or what you should tell them. There might be a lack of clear directions and boundaries, especially as far as your tasks and projects are concerned. This may signal a lack of direction, and as a result confusion is growing. You might be having a great deal of difficulty completing the projects you have started. Alternatively, King of swords reversed sometimes indicates a tyrannical boss or an overbearing colleague. This other alternative is that you are playing into the hands of these people. It could be that you are either putting yourself in a vulnerable position, or you are allowing them to keep you down.

Reversed, this Minor Arcana card might represent a business that is not financially lucrative, or one that has become overly competitive. The King of Swords reversed can denote a lack of authority, unclarity, and lack of direction among the people in your workplace. Everyone is unsure who to ask for advice and what to tell them.

Through a perspective of career questions, Queen of Swords reversed reveals that your intellect might be your greatest enemy right now. You could feel intellectually inferior to coworkers since you have zero influence in how they interpret information. Alternately, your workplace atmosphere can be cold and unfriendly. You could discover yourself putting up blocks or being more guarded than usual. Keep in mind that you are the only one who can make these adjustments or improve the office environment. You do not need to hold out for anybody else to give you their support or approval. Do not worry! Things will be improving.