The Rooster is the 10th animal in the classic Chinese Zodiac. In recent years, the years of the rooster were in 1945, 1957, 1959, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017. In ancient China, roosters were the symbol of punctuality and fidelity, they were used as alarm clocks for important occasions where being late wasn’t an option. The rooster’s lucky numbers are 5, 7 and 8. Their lucky flowers are the gladiola, cockscomb and balsamine.
People born in the year of the rooster are great observers, they are resourceful, hardworking, talented and extremely self-confident. They are usually the popular one in a group, they are very socially active and thus they are outspoken, honest, talkative, and loyal to their friends. They crave being the centre of attention, and they usually are. Roosters are both beautiful and attractive to others.
Due to their social nature, roosters are happiest when surrounded by other people, at any type of gathering from a work meeting to a pub-crawl. They will snatch the spotlight whenever they can and expect everybody to listen with their full attention, becoming agitated if they don’t. Roosters love boasting, they are quite vain, often bragging to others about their accomplishments, which inevitably annoys some of people around them.
Rooster’s, typically are healthy creatures, they do a lot of activities which keep them in good shape. They have strong immune systems that fights of most illnesses quite well. Rooster people are sensitive of what others say, and can be moody and even stressed because of it.
The rooster is the most motivated animal in the classic Chinese zodiac, they prioritise their careers and aim to succeed. They can deal with lots of types of jobs because they have multiple talents and are hardworking. Some ideal jobs for a rooster might be a farmer, teacher, athlete, business owner, fireman and dentist.
In Love-life, Roosters are most compatible with the Ox, Snake and dragon, But least compatible with the Rabbit, dog and chicken.