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This Is The Zodiac Sign That Will Most Likely Succeed In A Job Interview

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If you're anything like us, you probably link everything back to your star sign. Whether it's the way you should decorate your home to what you're like in a relationship—if there's a zodiac-inspired spin, we want to know about it.

The latest report claims your sign of the zodiac's characteristics can give you an advantage when applying for jobs, thanks to your star sign being more goal-driven or success-orientated. Maybe you're confident and bold, which helps you to impress.

READ MORE: Everything You Need To Know About Earth Signs

Experts are PsychicWorld.com asked 2,408 people if they have ever been offered a job on the spot at an interview, before grouping the "yes" answers into their zodiac signs.

So, which star signs are most likely to nail a job interview?

  • Capricorn - 84% have been offered the job straight away
  • Virgo - 75% have been offered the job straight away
  • Aquarius - 73% have been offered the job straight away
  • Scorpio - 69% have been offered the job straight away
  • Gemini - 67% have been offered the job straight away
  • Leo - 61% have been offered the job straight away
  • Sagittarius - 60% have been offered the job straight away
  • Libra - 55% have been offered the job straight away
  • Aries - 51% have been offered the job straight away
  • Taurus - 43% have been offered the job straight away
  • Pisces - 36% have been offered the job straight away
  • Cancer - 32% have been offered the job straight away
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    It's worth noting that this is only one study of 2,408 people, and likely won't reflect everyone's experience of job interviews. Maybe you're a Cancer who's incredible in interviews, or a Capricorn who occasionally puts their foot in it.

    READ: Your Absolute Worst Habit, According To Your Zodiac Sign

    But still, interesting to know there might be a reason behind your job interview technique, eh?

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    This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com/uk. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.