I don't have clients, since I'm not a professional astrologer! I'm merely a hobbyist of astrology (and I analyze charts of relatives, friends, etc. for free to improve my skills). Three years ago, I posted this thread where I analyzed my vocational profile:http://noeltyl.com/discussion/index.php?topic=5577.msg30285#msg30285
Now that I'm much better at vocational profiling, I revisited my profile. I see A LOT that I missed back in 2012 as a newbie:
1. MC ruler Ve5,10
) (11) in SCO contacts Mo7
( 8 ) in LEO. Ve-Ne also contacts Plu11
) (9) in VIR(-LIB), which disposits Ve-Ne + Ura!2
(9) in LIB widely conjunct Ma-Plu: Aesthetics. Performance. Humanitarianism. Delving deeply into issues. Public exposure. Needs to stand out. Alternative healing methodologies. Communications. Protest. "Correcting" others. Families/ethnicity/nation. Equality. Ultra-individualistic. Avant-garde philosophy. Revolutionary/anarchist tendencies (Ura!-Ma wide conjunction in 9th, in Air sign)
) (10) in SCO(-LIB) conjunct MC. Su-Me also contact Mo, which contacts MC + Mercury=Sun/MC. Moon touches Node = Communications-related career confirmed. Public service. Needs to be own boss. Government. Ego need for prominence.
3. Mo & Ju!12
(10) in SCO widely contact Sa1
(4-into-5) in TAU, MC ruler Ve-Ne contacts Sat. Plu-Ma widely contacts Sat + Mars/Pluto=Sun/Moon. Ne contacts Plu-Ma = Sense of justice. Government. Protest. Obsessed with joining a cause bigger than self. Administrative touch. Works behind the scenes. Strong drive to be powerful in life, as fighter/advocate. Touch of mysticism in activism.
Conclusion: This lady is likeliest a political/social change activist, who communicates a very avant-garde philosophy and incorporates alternative healing methodologies in her work. Likely self-employed.
That's not actually what I currently do for a living (for now), but it's what I SHOULD be doing. My life trajectory has pretty much followed my natal chart. I've worked in the non-profit, political, education, and arts arenas. Most of my career has indeed involved overseeing / doing communications of some sort. I hold minarchist/libertarian-conservative views, although I had a very brief flirtation with socialism back in college ("avant-garde philosophy"/"revolutionary tendencies"). However, I've never desired to work in corporate America despite being a staunch capitalist (which has had many
people whom I know scratching their heads). My natal chart explains why I'm not primarily driven by economic considerations....