What to know about hiring a Cross

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Learn about Crosses

 

Crosses are ideas driven and fear of Loss dominant.

They are good employees for work that requires caring for people, animals, or the planet, social services, politics, advocating for causes, or making a difference in the world.

 

They are not as good in positions where appearances, fashion, being flexible with your views, being open-minded to anyone’s views, or being patient with people who do wrong is needed.

Possible Strengths

Ability to delegate

Active listening

Altruistic

Ambitious

Authenticity

Bravery

Can accept negative feedback

Capable

Caring

Collaboration

Communication

Confident

Conflict resolution

Consistent

Conversation skills

Courage

Customer service skills

Decisive

Dedicated

Dependable

Detail focused

Driven

Fairness

Fastidious

Follows directions well

Goal oriented

Good judgment

Good manners

Great Planner

Hard working

Honest

Humanity

Integrity

Intelligent

Justice

Leadership

Logical

Loving

Mediation

Mentoring

Motivated

Multitasking

Negotiation

Not easily discouraged

Observant

Organization

Passionate

Persistent

Persuasion

Politeness

Problem-solving

Prudence

Responsible

Self Controlled

Self-regulation

Self-sufficient

Strategic

Strong

Teamwork

Temperance

Time Management

Trustworthy

Understanding boundaries

Well Organized

Wisdom

Possible Weaknesses

Bad at work/life balance

Being straight forward

Blunt

Close-minded

Comes on strong

Competitive

Complaining

Contemptuous

Controlling

Critical of others

Cynical

Demands loyalty

Difficult to work with some people

Enjoys arguments

Gets defensive too easily

Hard time letting go of a project

Has to be right

Impatient

Loose-tongued

Micro-manager

Needs to be right

Negative

Persistent

Pushy

Short-tempered

Strict

Strong willed

Stubborn

Takes on too much responsibility

Too detail oriented

Too focused

Unsatisfied

Works to much

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Careers for Crosses

 

Crosses are passionate, opinionated people who love careers as advocates for a cause. They are often drawn to politics, nonprofits, environmental, and social improvement careers. They like a job that makes a difference in the world. They enjoy a position where they can share their passion, opinions and beliefs with others. They are loyal, hard-working and would literally die or bleed for whatever they believe in. They need a career that matters and won’t be happy in a conventional 9 to 5 job.

Recommended Careers

 Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors

Acupuncturists

Acute Care Nurses

Adapted Physical Education Specialist

Adult Basic and Secondary Education and Literacy Teachers and Instructors

Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurses

Animal Breeders

Arbitrators, mediators

Archeologists

Archivists

Art Therapist

Art, Drama, and Music Teachers

Biologists

Child Welfare Worker

Chiropractor

Climatologists, weather scientists

Community and Social Service Specialist

Community education coordinator

Community Health Workers

Compliance Officers

Conservation Specialist

Conservationist

Copy editor

Copywriter

Corporate social responsibility coordinator

Credit Counselors

Critical care nurse

Customer Service Representative

Directors, Religious Activities

Dispatchers, Police, Fire, Ambulance

Ecologist

Education Administrator, elementary, secondary and post-secondary

Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors

Environmental Compliance Inspectors

Environmental Economist

Epidemiologists

Equal Opportunity Representatives 

Farm or Ranch Manager

Farmer

Farming union

Fire Inspectors

Firefighter

Fish and Game Wardens

Forest and Conservation Worker

Health Educator

Humanitarian worker

Journalist: Correspondent

Law judges, Adjudicators and Hearing Officers

Lawyer

Legal Secretary

Legislator

Massage Therapist

Mental Health Counselor

Mental health nurse

Naturopathic Physician

Nuclear Medicine Physicians

Nurse

Nurse Practitioner

Outreach pastor

Politician

Rehabilitation Counselors

Research scientist and PhD student

School administrator

School Psychologists

School Social Workers

Science researcher

Social and Human Service

Social Worker

Soil and Water Conservationist

Solar farm manager

Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors

Sustainability Specialists

Veterinarians

Water Resource Specialist

Wildlife Biologist

Wind energy Project Manager

Writer

Zero waste expert

Zoologist: graduate ecologist