Pisces Work Compatibility: The Artistic Touch
Check out how each zodiac sign works best with Pisces
By Tarot.com Staff
Pisces are best suited to artistic pursuits. Highly creative, you’re a dreamer who often feels stifled in more practical and task-oriented professions. You are adept at thinking outside the box and approaching things in a new way. As a Pisces, you are also very empathetic, making you an excellent caregiver or teacher.
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Pisces and Aries
Working with an Aries can be a trying -- but not impossible -- experience. Keep in mind that diplomacy isn’t the Ram’s strong suit. This sign understands that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. Therefore, if the Aries finds something lacking in your performance, they’ll say so immediately. Don’t let this abrupt approach bruise your tender heart. Instead, take it as an opportunity to clear up misunderstandings before they become deeply rooted. Aries will be puzzled by your secretive ways, but if you let this sign know that you prefer to develop projects in private until they’re perfected, they’ll give you the freedom you desire.
Pisces and Taurus
You have a tremendous rapport with Taurus, drawing strength from the levelheaded Bull. Similarly, Taurus delights in your laid-back attitude. You’ll be frustrated by Taurus’s stubborn behavior atimes, while the Bull will roll their eyes at your flakiness. Still, you can handle each other’s drawbacks with relative ease. There won’t be any harsh words or emotional upheavals in this partnership. This is one of those unions that is well-oiled by mutual respect and admiration.The two of you have a strong sense of beauty, and could find success running a boutique, flower shop, or restaurant. If you work for an employer, entrust Taurus with the duties that require constant supervision. In return, you should handle jobs that involve frequent adjustments.
Pisces and Gemini
Working alongside Gemini can be quite a challenge for you. People born under the sign of the Twins are cerebral, while those born under the sign of the Fish are emotional. Gemini deals with surface considerations, while you prefer to plunge the depths. This colleague is talkative, while you keep your thoughts to yourself. Can this partnership work? Yes, as long as you don’t misinterpret Gemini’s flightiness as inconsideration. The fact is, the Twins can’t stay focused on any one project, person, or idea for long. Similarly, Gemini needs to know that you prefer working in private. When you shy away from Gemini’s attempts to socialize, it’s only because you don’t want to reveal your ideas until they’re fully developed. If you go into business together, you’d do well as speech therapists, advertisers, or graphic artists.
Pisces and Cancer
This is an extremely pleasant work partnership, with a few notable exceptions. Because Crabs are just as sensitive as you are, they understand your need for an office environment that is nurturing, caring, and supportive. You understand Cancer’s need for praise and encouragement, never failing to lavish both upon this extremely capable colleague. At times, this sign’s need for security will clash with your love of adventure. Similarly, your unorthodox methods will conflict with Cancer’s traditional ways. Still, you can always smooth over your differences over a leisurely lunch. You’d be wise to take the Crab’s advice with regard to financial matters -- this colleague is a whiz at making and saving money. You can return the favor by encouraging cautious Cancer to develop their creative side. Since the both of you are nurturers, you could run a successful eldercare facility or clinic.
Pisces and Leo
Working with a Leo is like taking a long roller coaster ride. At times, you’ll be thrilled by your colleague’s behavior. In other cases, you’ll be terrified! That’s because Leo is the most courageous sign in the zodiac. Lions take risks that make others cower in fear. Fortunately, you’re not terribly security conscious, but you do enjoy working in relative peace. Being forced to clean up Leo’s messes can wear on your nerves. You do appreciate the Lion’s warmth and affection, though. Furthermore, the depth and breadth of their imagination never fails to astonish you. The two of you would do very well as makeup artists, actors, or art teachers. If you’re working for an employer, let Leo tackle the tough jobs in exchange for all the fame and recognition. That way, you can work happily away at your projects without criticism or interference from others.
Pisces and Virgo
Your work methods can be chaotic, while Virgo’s are methodical. You are guided by your intuition, whereas Virgo relies on facts and figures. You are drawn to work that involves constant challenges, and your colleague wants a job that is secure. And while these differences will seem insurmountable at times, you can make them work to your advantage. While you’re busy creating a new window display, Virgo can happily occupy themselves balancing the books. When you’re attending to an agitated client, the Virgin can do inventory. If you pick up on mountain tension in the office, Virgo can craft a strategy to address everyone’s grievances. Making this partnership succeed largely depends on your ability to provide Virgo with the materials he or she needs in a timely fashion. The two of you would work very well as film editors, dietitians, or advertisers.
Pisces and Libra
Working with a Libra could pose an interesting challenge for you. While you’re both extremely artistic, your colleague injects levity into everything he or she does. At times, you think that Libra isn’t quite serious about their work -- and to a degree, you’re right. However, this doesn’t mean that you’ll suffer as a result of this attitude. In fact, you might do well to take a page from Libra’s book. It’s not healthy for you to take your work home with you. Working alongside this sign can help put your job in proper perspective, even if you’re dealing with life-and-death situations. When all is said and done, the two of you work best in artistic pursuits like making jewelry, fashion, or hairdressing. If you work for an employer, let Libra handle the public relations, while you work behind the scenes.
Pisces and Scorpio
This could prove one of the most successful work partnerships in the zodiac. Scorpio is almost as sensitive as you are -- it’s as if you can read each other’s minds. You’ll never have to worry about insensitive remarks from this colleague, as Scorpio intuits your need for sympathy and understanding. Similarly, you know how seriously this sign takes their work. You’d never offend Scorpio with flippant remarks or offhanded comments. At times, Scorpio’s dependence will get on your nerves, while your moodiness will tick Scorpio off. Despite these minor differences, you’ll get along swimmingly. The two of you would make terrific hospice workers or psychotherapists. If you’re working for an employer, let Scorpio handle the difficult clients, while you generate ideas for attracting new business.
Pisces and Sagittarius
You need to work with people who can give structure to your ideas -- Sagittarius is indifferent to form. You want a colleague who can go to battle with authority figures, whereas the Archer treats the boss like their best friend. You take everything to heart, but Sagittarius doesn’t take anything seriously. Can this partnership work? Actually, yes. Neither one of you is big on assuming responsibility, and will need to take turns doing the heavy lifting. If you can manage this, your partnership will succeed. The two of you are quite adventurous, so you could run a successful travel agency. Similarly, you’re both big readers and might have fun running a bookstore together. Alternately, your mutual fondness for animals could prompt you to open a doggy day care.
Pisces and Capricorn
You’d rather not be bogged down with responsibilities, while Capricorn is eager to assume important duties. You like working with fogs, shadows, and tricks of light, whereas the Goat prefers dealing with cold, hard facts. You’re able to read between the lines, while Capricorn takes things literally. Despite all of your differences, this can be an extremely successful partnership. You’re happy to let your colleague make all the important decisions, because it allows you to work in an impenetrable bubble that stimulates your imagination. You’re good at plumbing the depths, while Capricorn is gifted at building foundations. The two of you could do very well as politicians, plumbers, or geologists. If you’re working for an employer, you should craft strategies for dealing with the big bosses, while Capricorn should carry them out.
Pisces and Aquarius
You admire Aquarius’ casual approach to work, while the Water-bearer is impressed by your creativity. You share humanitarian instincts, and neither one of you is terribly impressed by great shows of wealth. Both of you like to work independently. That being said, there are some significant differences between you. Aquarius isn’t terribly sensitive to criticism, while it cuts you to the core. You trust your heart more than your head, while your colleague relies heavily on logic. If you’re working for an employer, you should concentrate on conceptual matters, while Aquarius figures out how to realize your impressive vision. Fortunately, your colleague finds it easy to sell ideas to the public, allowing you retreat to the privacy of your lovely dream world. The two of you could run a successful art school, nonprofit fund, or humanitarian organization.
Pisces and Pisces
When two Pisces collaborate together, they are plunged into a sea of dreams. Neither one of you is interested in grabbing the reins of power. You’d both rather forget worldly concerns and focus on creative endeavors. If the two of you are engaged in work that puts you before the public, you should work to bolster each other’s egos. Overcoming your mutual fears of public speaking will improve your professional prospects tremendously. Speaking up on each other’s behalf is also wise, since each of you has trouble defending your personal interests. This is a wonderful pairing for artistic fields like fashion, photography, and film. You would also work well in caring professions like nursing, eldercare, and physical therapy.