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Career horoscopes for Geeks

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2008 Career horoscopes
Our own overview of what you need to focus on in 2008.


Bridgett Walther
Weekly career scopes. Go to your sun sign and look at the bottom left-hand side of the page. Week after week, these are spot on.

Jonathan Cainer
Jonathan Cainer's Zodiac Forecasts

iVillage monthly career horoscopes
Light-hearted pep talk.

Susan Miller
Susan Miller is a gifted astrologer. Highly detailed, well-written forecasts.

Daniel Whelland Dowd
Daniel Whelland Dowd (his real name) is one-of-a-kind.  His weekly horoscopes are irreverant, soulful, uncannily accurate and always start with a song.

This was last updated in February 2012
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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