A Roaring Guide To Maneuvering The Year of The Tiger - Tily Times

A Roaring Guide To Maneuvering The Year of The Tiger

Unsure of what 2022 has planned for you? Do not fret. Traitily’s got your back.

Read on to discover what lies ahead for you.

Possible career choices.

What other animal zodiacs you match best with.

And what to expect from the Year of the Water Tiger.

 

TIGER

In general, Tigers possess great tenacity. They are loyal, quick and the center of attention in everything they do. However, a king needs a domain to be truly in possession of their power. Their ambition will come before they allow themselves a break to enjoy other parts of life.

  • Best with: Horse, Dog, or Pig
  • Worst with: Ox, Snake, Goat, or Monkey

Career advice

Advertising agent, office manager, travel agent, actor, writer, artist, pilot, flight attendant, musician, comedian, and chauffeur.

 

 

RAT

In general, Rats are optimistic and energetic, people born in the Rat year are likable by all. They are sensitive to other’s emotions but are stubborn with opinion. Their personality is kind but due to weak communication skills, their words may seem impolite and rude.

On the financial side, they like saving and can be stingy. However, their love for hoarding will sometimes cause them to waste money on unnecessary things.

  • Best with: Rat, Ox, Dragon, or Monkey
  • Worst with: Rabbit, Horse, or Rooster

Career advice

Administrator, director, manager, entrepreneur, broadcaster, writer, musician, stand-up comedian, politician, lawyer, researcher, and racing car driver.

 

 

OX

In general, Oxes have great patience and a desire to make progress and can achieve their goals by consistent effort. They are not much influenced by others or the environment, but persist in doing things according to their ideas and capabilities.

Before taking any action, Oxes will have a definite plan with detailed steps, to which they apply their strong faith and physical strength. As a result, people of the Ox zodiac sign often enjoy great success. Oxes are usually not good at communicating with others and even think it is not worthwhile to exchange ideas with others.

  • Best with: Rat, Snake, Rooster
  • Worst with: Goat, Horse, Dog

Career advice
Agriculture, manufacturing, pharmacy, mechanics, engineering, draftsmanship, artistry, politics, real estate, interior design, painting, carpentry, or quarry work.

 

 

RABBIT

Rabbits are faithful to those around them but are reluctant to reveal their thoughts to others, and have a tendency to escape reality. They are too cautious and conservative, which means they miss good opportunities.

  • Best with: Goat, Dog, or Pig
  • Worst with: Rat or Rooster

Career advice

Cultivation, breeding, education, religion, health care, medicine, culture, police/judiciary work, and politics

 

 

DRAGON

Gifted with innate courage, tenacity, and intelligence, Dragons are enthusiastic and confident. They are not afraid of challenges and willing to take risks.

However, Dragons are sometimes regarded as aggressive and angry Dragons are not open to criticism.

  • Best with: Rat, Monkey, or Rooster
  • Worst with: Dog

Career advice

Journalist, teacher, teacher, lawyer, engineer, architect, broker and sales person.

 

 

SNAKE

Snakes represent the symbol of wisdom. They are intelligent and wise. They are good at communication but say little. Snakes are usually regarded as great thinkers.

Snakes are materialistic and love keeping up with the Joneses. They love to possess the best of everything but they have no patience for shopping.

Snake people prefer to work alone; therefore, they are easily stressed. If they seem unusually stressed, it is best to allow them their own space and time to return to normal.

  • Best with: Ox or Rooster
  • Worst with: Tiger, Horse, or Pig

Career advice

Scientist, analyst, investigator, painter, potter, jeweler, astrologer, magician, dietician, and sociologist.

 

HORSE

With a deft sense of humor, Horses are masters of socializing. They love to take center stage and delight audiences everywhere.

Sometimes, the Horse is a little self-centered, but it doesn’t mean that she/he isn’t interested in others’ problems. Horses are really more cunning than intelligent and that is probably why most Horse people lack real confidence.

  • Best with: Tiger, Goat, or Dog
  • Worst with: Rat, Ox, or Snake

Career advice

Publicist, sales representative, journalist, language instructor, translator, bartender, performer, tour operator, librarian, or pilot.

 

 

GOAT

People born in a year of the Goat are generally believed to be gentle, mild-mannered, shy and brimming with a strong sense of kind heartedness and justice.

They have very delicate thoughts, strong creativity and acquire professional skills well. Although they look gentle on the surface, they are tough on the inside, always insisting on their own opinions in their minds. They have strong inner resilience and excellent defensive instincts.

 

  • Best with: Horse, Pig, Rabbit
  • Worst with: Ox, Rat, Dog

Career advice

Paediatrician, actor, daycare teacher, interior designer, florist, hairstylist, musician, editor, illustrator, and art history teacher.

 

MONKEY

People born in the Year of the Monkey are intelligent, witty and strong-willed. They are remarkably inventive, creative and able to solve most problems. Their curiosity means they have a great thirst for knowledge.

  • Best with: Rat, Dragon, or Dog
  • Worst with: Ox or Tiger

Career advice

Accounting and banking, science, engineering, stock market trading, air traffic control, film directing, jewelry, and sales.

 

ROOSTER

Roosters are always active, amusing, and popular within a crowd. Roosters are talkative, outspoken, frank, open, honest, and loyal individuals. They like to be the center of attention and always appear attractive and beautiful. Roosters are happiest when they are surrounded by others, whether at a party or just a social gathering. They enjoy the spotlight and will exhibit their charm on any occasion.

  • Best with an Ox, Dragon, or Snake
  • Worst with a Rat, or Rabbit

Career advice

News broadcaster, sales person, restaurant owner, hairdresser, public relations officer, farmer, athlete, teacher, waiter, journalist, travel writer, dentist, surgeon, soldier, fireman, security guard, and police officer.

 

DOG

Dogs are loyal and honest, amiable and kind, cautious and prudent. Due to having a strong sense of loyalty and sincerity, Dogs will do everything for the person who they think is most important. As Dogs are not good at communication, it is difficult for them to convey their thoughts to others. Therefore, Dogs tend to leave others with the impression that they have a stubborn personality.

  • Best with: Rabbit
  • Worst with: Dragon, Goat, Rooster

Career advice

Police officer, Scientist, Counselor, Interior designer, Professor, Politician, Priest, Nurse, Clerk, and Judge.

 

 

PIG

Pigs are diligent, compassionate, and generous. They have great concentration: once they set a goal, they will devote all their energy to achieving it. Though Pigs rarely seek help from others, they will not refuse to give others a hand. Pigs never suspect trickery, so they are easily fooled. Generally speaking, Pigs are relatively calm when facing trouble. No matter how difficult the problems are Pigs encounter, they can handle things properly and carefully. They have a great sense of responsibility to finish what they are engaged in.

  • Best with: Tiger, Rabbit, Goat
  • Worst with: Snake

Career advice

Education, transport, art, music, beauty, fashion, and catering are best suited to Pigs.

 

So there you have it. Traitily’s guide to the year. For a more comprehensive guide at your career choices, sign up at our platform – Traitily.com and do our assessments to discover a whole new you!

Happy Chinese New Year!

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