Job Spells

Job spells are just the thing you need when your career is in a bit of a rut, or maybe hasn’t even gotten off the ground yet. Whether you’re looking for a new job, or perhaps better opportunities in the job you already have, one of these spells should suit your needs.

Desire Me Job Spell

This is a job spell to make your prospective employer want you, and to help you get that interview. You want to stand out from the other applicants, don’t you?

  • 3 candles in green, yellow and orange
  • A large white plate
  • 3 coins
  • 3 sticks of incense in mugwort, bergamot and patchouli
  • A piece of whole orris root

Unlike most spells, you should do this in the bright sun, preferably at noon if you can. If you can’t find all 3 kinds of incense, stick with patchouli.

Set out your plate, and place 3 coins in a triangle. Set each candle on a coin, and light them. Place the piece of orris root in the center between the candles.

Now, say the following lines:

“I am ready and waiting”, then light the mugwort incense

“I am right for this job”, then light the bergamot incense

“I am waiting your call”, then light the patchouli

Let the smoke from the incense gather above your candles, and focus on what your life would be like if you got this job. Let everything stay burning until the candles and the incense are both finished. Take the piece of orris root, and keep it in your pocket until you hear back about your job.

I Want a Promotion Charm

This is a spell to get a promotion, better working conditions, a raise or any other kind of improvement at your job.

  • Small purple bag
  • A key
  • 2 tonka beans
  • 2 glass marbles
  • Green wax from a used candle

Gather all your items together and fill up the bag. Tie it tightly, and keep it somewhere safe at your job. If you don’t have a locker or desk, carry it with you instead but it works better if the charm bag is kept at work.

Not quite the magick you were looking for? Keep on going for a few more spells for employment to see other witchcraft rituals that may suit better.