I have to admit that I didn’t think I’d believe this when I started adding up my numbers to find my master number, but the crazy thing is that my master number is 7 and couldn’t describe me better.

So here’s the deal- if you want to be the happiest you can be at work, you need to have a passion for what you do. Common knowledge, right?

Well, Career Builder says that the numerology of birth dates can perfectly describe your personality and personal attributes, which can actually help you figure out what jobs would be best for you.

If you’re not sure what numerology is, it’s the language of numbers and their corresponding symbolic significance. The first thing you need to do is figure out your master number from one to nine, which is calculated based on your birth date. Each master number is assigned certain characteristics with specific strengths and weaknesses.

Here’s how to compute your master number: Write your birth date in numbers. For example, if your birth date is 2/14/1980, you’d add the numbers in the year together: 1+9+8+0. That comes out to 18. Then, add the month and day of birth to the year number: 2+14+18, which comes out to 34. Then add the end result together to come up with a one digit number. So 3+4=7.

Once you’ve figured out what your master number is (it should be 1-9, if you came up with a number higher than 9, you did something wrong), take a look at what that number means for your career:

Master Number 1: Leadership, independence- A natural leader and innovator; excellent in management levels. Ideal careers include inventor, designer, director, retail business owner, producer, sales manager, engineer, executive or small business owner.

Master Number 2: Cooperative, team player-Doesn't mind not being the boss. Ideal careers include lawyer, diplomat, clerk, caterer, insurance adjuster and architect.

Master Number 3: Joyful, creative- Multi-talented, requires self-expression for happiness at work. Ideal careers include artist, musician, medical field, lawyer, athlete, designer and actor.

Master Number 4: Structure, order- Best when working with form and structure. Crave an organized environment to produce best work. Ideal careers include building trade, mechanic, accountant, executive, software designer, banking.

Master Number 5: Craves variety-An ideal communicator with strong language skills. Ideal careers include salesperson, advertising, writer, teacher, editor, marketing, e-commerce, actor and lawyer.

Master Number 6: Giving and receiving love-Strong in service to others and domestic concerns. Ideal careers include homemaker, teacher, artist, florist, singer, beautician, fashion field, musician, caterer.

Master Number 7: Spiritual inner knowledge-Philosophical with a yearning for truth and education. Ideal careers include healer, author, farmer, photographer and researcher.

Master Number 8: Material expression-Competitive and authoritative. Ideal careers include banker, financier, pharmacist, engineer, lawyer, broker and real estate.

Master Number 9: Humanitarian endeavors-Idealistic and compassionate. Ideal careers include scientist, spiritual leader, doctor, teacher, clergy and diplomat.