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Weekly Career Horoscopes (Updates on Monday) - 11 December 2017
Starting the week with the Moon in your work sector will always be an advantage. Due to leave on Monday, the week starts with the Moon's final hours of its last visit for the year, making it important to have your finger on the pulse and ear to the ground from the get go. This last visit for the year is always a chance to get an intuitive read on work and job matters, as you tie up loose ends for the year. With the Sun and Saturn returning to your career sector next week, this is a chance to focus on more mundane job aspects, before a major new professional era kicks off. With no planetary activity on the job front and all the focus already on career and professional matters as a whole, this is a valuable chance for some grounding. A week that starts with an intuitive read on work and job matters from the get go will give you an advantage you'll retain all week.
Mars' departure from your work sector over the weekend has brought the manic pace of the last six weeks to an end, while still leaving you with plenty of momentum and time to bring this professional year to a more controlled stop. After Jupiter's departure two months earlier and with the Sun, Mercury and Venus having already moved through, for the first time in nearly 16 months this has left you with no planetary activity on the work front. Yet you don't have 16 months of continuous planetary activity, 13 of those months with lucky Jupiter on board and the last six weeks with Mars firing things up and not gain some considerable momentum. The Moon's return on Monday is both the first since Mars left on Saturday and the last visit to your work sector for the year, with a chance to start tying up loose ends. An intuitive read on work and job matters will also give you an intuitive sense of how to play things from here.
Mars' return to your work sector has been a game changer, with the warrior planet of the cosmos returning just as work and job matters are usually winding down for the year. After two months in your work sector, Jupiter is now firmly settled in and with the Sun, Mercury and Venus having all moved through, you've had a chance to build some early foundations. Mars returns at the perfect time to take things to the next level. Thanks to Chiron's direct turn in your career sector last Tuesday, both planets on the career front are now in direct motion and there is nothing holding you back. With Mars not leaving until the end of January, this signals a busy end to this year and a busy first four weeks of 2018. The Moon's return to your work sector on Thursday will give you an intuitive read on the undercurrents and of how to play things.
There are some interesting professional developments this week that suggest that the professional gods are pairing off into different groups. As the Sun and Saturn both spend their last full week in your work sector, their focus is on pushing things forward on the job front. With Saturn wrapping up a three year visit, there will be a push to put everything you have into everything you do. Saturn might be a hard taskmaster, so expect to do whatever it takes for as long as it takes. Yet as he spends his last full week in retrograde motion in your work sector, Mercury has aligned himself with Uranus and Eris, both in their final weeks in retrograde motion on the career front. By the time Ceres turns retrograde over the weekend, the doors will be open to the past, second chances and untapped potential across the income, work and career fronts. Meanwhile, Venus will be on hand to exploit all the potential, regardless of where it comes from.
Make the most of any chance to cruise in the slow lane this week, for this is not just the last low key week on the job front this year, but the last low key week until 2021. With Pluto in your work sector since 2008 and the Sun's return next week something that happens at this time every year, this is something that the planet of change and revolution is intuitively preparing for. Pluto knows that things get busy just before Christmas, but also that they have often run their course by February. Intuitively you'll be preparing for a busy end to this year and start to next year, with Pluto encouraging you to pull back and regroup first. Except Saturn's return next week as well will kick off the most powerful three years on the work front in decades, something you're not prepared for. This makes it important not to brush off any chance to cruise this week.
After starting last week with a Full Moon on the career front, things are a lot more tame this week and a lot quieter. Apart from the Moon making one last visit to your work sector for the year next week and then returning to your career sector in the closing days of the month, all your professional cards should now be on the table. To start with that is the case, though with the South Node in your work sector you'll find it easy to stay on track. If anything, the focus is more on having your money hat on, especially at the start of the week. The Moon's return to your income sector on Monday is a chance to sharpen your nose for money and gain a lucrative sense of direction, after Mars' departure over the weekend. Yet it is over the weekend that Juno's first return to your work sector in four years, will bring an early change to start reviewing your options.
Apart from an opposition with the Moon on Monday, Chiron's first full week in direct motion on the job front gets off to a stunning start. Any work tension and job pressure is fleeting, caused by the Moon's opposition with Chiron, as it is wrapping up its last visit to a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart for the year. Yet with the wheels just starting to move forward on the job front, this is a timely reminder of a need to pace yourself. With Mars spending his first full week in your income sector, it won't take long for any work tension and job pressure to turn into motivation. Especially as this is the start of an alliance between income and job forces that will help both move forward in tandem over the coming weeks and months. After Neptune's direct turn on the work front last month, there is no longer anything holding you back.
While forces across the income, work and career fronts have been working together for months now, there is a real show of solidarity this week and a surprising one, especially this late in the year. The early part of the week is dominated by an alignment between Mercury in your income sector and both Uranus and Eris on the income front. With all three in retrograde motion, their focus is on the past. At the time, the only other planet in your two professional houses is Ceres, in direct motion in your work sector. However, Ceres' retrograde turn over the weekend means that you'll end the week with the doors open to the past, second chances and untapped potential across the income, work and career fronts. In the closing weeks of this professional year, there is an intense effort to ensure no stones have been left unturned.
Starting the week with the Moon in your career sector gives you an edge from the get go. While the Moon will leave on Monday, this is a bell that can't be unrung and it comes at a point in your professional year where it can really make a difference. This allows you to start the week with your professional instincts sharp from the get go, as well as giving you one last chance to tap into a sense of professional direction. This comes close enough to major new developments on the income front next week that you're able to get your professional ducks in a row ahead of time, but early enough that you still have time to work with what this alerts you to. This last visit for the year is a chance to look back on the journey this professional year has taken you on, but also look at how you need to play these final weeks.
When the last planet leaves an area of your chart, it is not until the Moon makes its next visit that you get a chance to tie up loose ends and make sense of the journey, no matter how long or short. As the Moon only returns to an area of your chart every four weeks, depending on when the Moon last moved through, this can leave things up in the air for nearly four weeks. That is not the case on the career front for it is on Monday, just two days after Mars' departure on Saturday that the Moon returns in order to tie up loose ends. The Moon's last visit since Mars not only left, but wrapped up nearly 16 months of planetary activity, is also the Moon's last visit for the year. The Moon will move through during the first half of the week, making it important to have your finger on the pulse and ear to the ground, listening to your professional instincts.
This is the point in any professional year when things are often winding down or at least when the professional gods themselves have moved on. The Sun left your career sector last month and often that will bring all planetary activity for the year to a close. If there is still planetary activity here, it is usually more a case of tying up loose ends. Instead, Mars' return over the weekend has brought your professional year its second wind, bringing you to the start of the busiest push. After two months in your career sector, Jupiter was just starting to settle in for the long haul journey, turning what had been a sprint into a marathon. Now it's back to a sprint again and it will stay that way until Mars leaves at the end of January. The Moon will return for its last visit for the year on Thursday, bringing a chance to bring your professional instincts, passions and fighting spirit together.
By the end of the week, including the Sun and Moon you will have nearly half the solar system in your career sector and the timing couldn't be better. When you have a large amount of planets in one area of your chart this not only puts a lot of focus here, but each brings a different resource into play. And with Saturn in the last full week of a three year journey through your career sector, you will need to draw on all of them. As the Sun shines the solar spotlight on your career and professional situation, matters and options, Mercury's intellectually savvy edge is more focused on the rear view mirror. At the same time that Saturn is giving you the power to move mountains if you have to, Venus is on a mission to fuel your professional confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. The Moon's return over the weekend will ensure your professional instincts are sharp ahead of next Monday's New Moon.