With my limited understanding of such matters, if you look on the internet for "career life path number X" where X represents the numbers 1 through 9, it lists the professions in which a person having that life path number and consequently that associated personality profile is felt will be most likely to be successful at doing.
Often they do not restrict this to a specific profession like doctor, park ranger or street cleaner, but instead look for the general direction that their career is most likely to take, based upon their predicted personality strengths and weaknesses.
Somebody who wants to relieve the suffering of others might become a doctor, but they could equally become a vet, nurse or a member of any of the healing and helping professions.
Paid or voluntary (or both).
Somebody who likes working outside in mother nature could become a park ranger, zoo keeper, gardener, play professional outdoor sports etc.
Somebody who likes things neat and tidy and believes everything should be put in its proper place could become a street cleaner, latrine attendant, rubbish collector or a filing clerk or interior designer.
It is important to emphasise that the career path is only a suggested one, and that the person could work harder to make a success of some other completely different career if they really wanted to.
I always worry when giving such a reading, that a person will take this prediction as the unquestionable truth, and as a consequence give up forever on having a career that they dreamed about wanting and having, simply because it was not on my list.
The LPN or CPN (Career Path Number) is an indicator of typical character tendencies for that number at the exact moment of a person's birth.
Twenty or more years after they are born when looking to begin their career, these character tendencies and therefore also their optimum career may have been significantly altered by all that happened to them over that 20 plus year period.