Pierre Curie's career should be such that Pierre Curie have constant public contact. Pierre Curie have a persuasive and magnetic personality. Thus, to use it to great potential, Pierre Curie should involve Pierre Curie'sself in areas where persuasion reaps the greatest rewards.
Pierre Curie's Occupation Horoscope
There are many forms of work that Pierre Curie could take up with entire success. All those occupations that depend, primarily, on passing examinations are within Pierre Curie's range, since Pierre Curie's are quick to learn and the grind necessary for their success is not a matter that irritates Pierre Curie. Pierre Curie's capacity for detail is valuable in a thousand widely different jobs. Pierre Curie would make an excellent journalist, not a bad detective. As a teacher Pierre Curie would be probably very good whilst Pierre Curie's facility for remembering faces would be a valuable asset as a shopkeeper. What panders more to a customer's vanity than to be able to tell him everything that he discussed on his last visit ? Pierre Curie have a wonderful gift for doing this. As has been said, Pierre Curie are not exceptionally good in posts where leadership is required. But Pierre Curie would do well in almost any capacity where decisions have to be made. Pierre Curie are not fitted for the work of a commercial traveller and, generally speaking, the sea does not attract Pierre Curie.
Pierre Curie's Finance Horoscope
In matters relating to financial prospects Pierre Curie will be largely the arbitrator of Pierre Curie's own destiny. The success of Pierre Curie's work will come first in every way. If Pierre Curie belong to the higher plane which Pierre Curie's natural gifts entitle Pierre Curie to occupy, Pierre Curie will always find the wealth and gain high position, but in such things Pierre Curie will never be satisfied. Pierre Curie always crave for the something just beyond Pierre Curie's means. Pierre Curie will be most generous in money matters and inclined to reduce Pierre Curie's reserves by giving to benevolent institutions and helping Pierre Curie's relatives.