10 Of The Best Careers For Scorpio Individuals

10 Of The Best Careers For Scorpio Individuals


When choosing your career, it’s essential to find one that works best for you and your personality. And what better way to find a job that aligns than to look to astrology and signs of the zodiac? There are so many career choices out there, why not narrow them down based on your strengths and weaknesses. We took a look at career recommendations for each zodiac sign based on their character traits and rounded up a few suggestions worth exploring. First up, we’re looking at the personality traits and skills of a Scorpio to find the best careers for Scorpio individuals!

The Scorpio Personality

The Scorpio is the eighth sign of the zodiac and falls between October 23 and November 22. The Scorpio is a water sign, along with Cancer and Pisces. It’s also a fixed, negative sign. Fixed signs are signs that fall in the middle of a season (for Scorpios, that’s fall). 

Scorpios are known for being strong, independent, loyal, and stoic. They may also come across as passionate and controlling at times, making them hard to understand. Scorpios are deep and rely on their intuition to snuff out others. They’re relentless and ambitious, and some might say born to excel in all that they do. They like things that involve a lot of brainpower, learning new skills

The Scorpio individual is focused, driven, strategic, and curious at work. Keep in mind, though, that they sometimes prefer to work independently. Due to their drive and motivated nature, they take charge and enjoy receiving praise for their hard work. They don’t need hand-holding and may try to control work situations, feeling frustrated when others don’t carry their weight. 

And finally, Scorpios are secretive and know how to uncover secrets too. They pay attention to details and are systematic and analytical (that’s where their strategic and curious traits come into play). They enjoy solving problems and putting their best foot forward to do so. 

The Best Careers for Scorpio Individuals

With these personality traits and strengths in mind, here are 10 of the best jobs for Scorpios.


Scorpios generally make excellent psychologists because this line of work appeals directly to their curiosity and problem-solving nature. And because Scorpios are said to be relatively intuitive, they can use their intuition to connect with and help their patients through their struggles. 

This role can also work closely with mental health disorders and cover many heavy topics, so that’s something you’ll want to consider while learning more about this career path. Since Scorpios are good listeners, they fit in this role well.

Psychologists also work independently and conduct a fair amount of research to understand how individuals relate to one another and the environment. This role offers a unique combination of tasks that speak directly to the Scorpio sign’s inner strength. 


Scorpios are secretive and simultaneously good at uncovering others’ secrets. Do you know what career revolves around secrets? That of a Detective. Detectives gather facts and examine evidence related to criminal matters, which means a Scorpio can lean into their problem-solving skills, analysis, and curiosity to help solve crimes.

Detectives work with other local authorities and sometimes independently to conduct their investigations. This role also requires solid communication skills and critical thinking abilities. Scorpio women possess powerful analytical skills and strong intuition that aid them in all aspects of life. A Scorpio would do well as a detective. 

Market Analyst 

Market Analyst assesses conditions that affect a marketplace. This includes gathering data and insights to help companies position themselves in the market.

Scorpios don’t always need a creative career to feel successful. They are intense people who like to solve difficult problems. This line of work is analytical and requires a deep understanding of consumers, which is why it can be a good fit for Scorpios. Careers involving intuition lead to great professional success for Scorpios.

Police Officer

Since Scorpios are curious, intuitive, and enjoy problem-solving, becoming a police officer is a suitable career option. Although police officers may work with other team members, the work is relatively independent, which is another perk for Scorpios, who enjoy working alone.

Financial Advisor

Financial Advisors use their knowledge and expertise to construct financial plans for their clients. Furthermore, financial plans reflect a client’s goals and needs and can even help solve clients’ financial problems. 

There are many different options and paths for financial planning, and Scorpios’ strategic and analytical strengths help them succeed in these roles. Advising clients on their finances also requires a large amount of trust, so the loyalty of a Scorpio doesn’t go unnoticed in these relationships. 

Medical Examiner 

Remember when we talked about Scorpios being good at uncovering secrets? What better way to use this skill set than as a Medical Examiner? Working in labs, examining problems (i.e., How did this person pass away?), and analyzing a body could be enjoyable to the Scorpio. But there is one crucial detail to keep in mind here: you have to feel comfortable examining deceased bodies, so keep that in mind.

Fertility Specialist 

Dealing with infertility and understanding its causes can be challenging for the couple trying to conceive. But a Fertility Specialist can help uncover underlying causes and recommend treatments to the couple. This role is a viable career path for Scorpios because it combines strategy, problem-solving, and helping others in a meaningful way. Helping people is at the core of Scorpios’ desires, and this job allows them to feel fulfilled doing just that. 

Another career in the medical field that you might consider is becoming a physical therapist.

Social Worker

Speaking of fulfillment and finding purpose in helping others, a career path in social work is another suitable option for Scorpios.

Social Worker should be dependable, persistent, and driven. And perhaps most importantly, a Social Worker should be able to respond calmly to those in a state of crisis or extreme emotional distress. Scorpios can use their problem-solving skills and laser focus to help serve their clients accordingly. 


Generally speaking, Researchers work across various fields and industries but share the common goal of wanting to get to the bottom of whatever they’re studying.

Researchers must have an uncanny eye for detail, written and verbal communication skills, and should be comfortable working independently at times. Scorpios make great researchers because they can use their analytical talents to help them succeed in solving complex problems. If you have a specific interest in any scientific field, research might be the path for you.

Sex Therapist

Scorpios are sometimes known for being sexual and comfortable with the body. And because of their openness and comfortability in the bedroom, Scorpios might explore a career path as a Sex Therapist.

This job category aligns with some of the other careers we’ve mentioned, such as Psychologist and Social Worker, because it’s all about helping others on a deeper level. While some signs wouldn’t be so comfortable talking about and exploring sex, Scorpios can thrive in this realm. 

Worst Jobs For a Scorpio

On the other side of the coin, some jobs that do not lend themselves to the strengths of a scorpio include working in human resources, teaching, being a travel agent, and technical support. These careers do not allow Scorpios a good balance of their analytical traits, being a problem solver, and having the ability to take charge of their tasks. There is too much red tape in these roles and a Scorpio might not love them.  

Final Thoughts

Our zodiac signs aren’t an end-all-be-all kind of thing, so if you’re a Scorpio and these careers don’t resonate with you, that’s okay too! The zodiac shouldn’t be the only aspect of your life you use to base this important decision on. At the end of the day, the best profession for you is the one you enjoy doing and are good at. Pursue a career you’re interested in that works for you, and the rest will fall into place! 

About the Author

Alyssa Towns (Swantkoski)

Alyssa graduated from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. Early in her career, her interests shifted, and she pivoted into the digital marketing industry. Her career path is constantly evolving to highlight a mix of her passions, skills, and interests. She lives in downtown Denver with her husband, and they love going on adventures together. She lives for summers in Colorado and enjoys hiking and stand up paddleboarding. She also enjoys collecting plants and stationery sets, reading self-help books, and is obsessed with the Yoga with Adriene YouTube channel. No matter where her career path leads her, writing, and sharing her experiences to help others will always be a part of her plans.

Website: https://www.wordswithalyssa.com/