Geminis are in constant communication," Caves tells me, "They like to chat a lot." They like diversity in all things and struggle to commit for too long. "It's like a goldilocks sign," Caves says, "It doesn't like extremes really.
Geminis generally are more interested in studying many things than in going really deep into one thing, he explains. Their strengths are agility and dexterity between subjects.
Because Geminis are so versatile, they're able to step into most people's shoes in the workplace.
Geminis make great journalists, and consultants, Caves says, explaining they do best in situations where they have to make a connection, but then disconnect and reconnect somewhere else quickly.
Geminis like to avoid heaviness, Caves explains. "What’s certain is that they want their interactions and their relationships to be light," he says, "so they have a tendency to avoid conflict.
Given their desire to avoid conflict, Geminis will try to sweep things under the rug for as long as they're able, and when they are confronted, they might resort to clever misdirection.
A Gemini is often an excellent people person. Their interest in many different areas allows them to seamlessly make quick connections with all different types of people.
However, this quality can also translate to a struggle to commit, and that struggle can be the source of some insecurities. Geminis might find themselves asking,
Since Geminis do their best in the workplace when they can flit from place to place, they tend to feel stifled in roles that require longstanding or institutional knowledge of a subject, Caves says.
Geminis are also non-confrontational, which can be a good thing, but at the same time, Caves says sometimes they don't fight fair.