Should I Take This Job Spread
On This Day
The first nineteenth-century Labor Day rally was to gain support for an 8-hour workday. Up till then, a 12-hour workday was the norm.
Labor Day became a federal holiday on this day in 1894. Now recognized as the formal end of summer, an excuse for shopping, and the supposed last day to wear white, Labor Day was originally formed to celebrate the economic and social contributions of workers in the United States.
Summation of Spread
Wands are the suit representing career, while Pentacles represent the money earned while working.
Are you considering a job offer? This spread uses Labor Day as inspiration for questions concerning employment opportunities coming your way.
Cast Your Cards
1. Is this a long-term career move?
2. Am I moving toward something I want?
3. Does this position challenge my mental abilities?
4. Am I capable of doing this job?
5. Do I fully understand the expectations of this role?
6. Does this offer a fair salary?
7. Am I proud to be associated with the company’s brand, product, or services?
8. Will my coworkers be friendly?
9. Will the work feel professionally satisfying?
10. Will this offer me the lifestyle I desire?
11. Is there opportunity for future growth?
12. What potential pitfalls do I need to be aware of?
13. Final word.