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While there is no planetary activity in either your work or career sectors as you move into the New Year, this is not the time of year you would expect any. However, you do start the year with an unseen advantage, in that it was on 30th December 2023, less than 48 hours before moving into your 2024 professional year, that Venus left your career sector, with the momentum and traction from that still playing out. Venus was not only late to return to your career sector last year, but she moved through after not only the Sun and Mercury had made their annual visits, but she returned less than two weeks after Mars returned for his first visit in two years. The push that this gave career matters at the end of 2023 is still being felt as you move into 2024, even though the planets that have created the momentum traction and have provided you with a sense of direction have just left.
It was during Venus’ final days that the last Full Moon of 2023 fell in your work sector, so you also have the traction from that as you move into this new professional year. So, while there is no planetary activity on the job or career fronts and won’t be for several months, you have enough gas in your tank and momentum to keep things on track. After that, it is the Moon’s monthly visits that will keep things on track, with a Full Moon in your career sector giving things an added push. It is in June that the pace will start to pick up with Venus and Mercury both returning to your work sector within hours of each other on 17th July. Mercury is only here until 3rd July and Venus until 12th July but along with the Sun, who will move through from 21st June to 22nd July this will give work and job matters a short, sharp jolt.
However, the most active and busiest point in the year on the job front will be when Mars moves through your work sector from 5th September to 4th November. Mars is normally only here for six weeks, so to be here for two months means that he is slowing down, something that will see him retrograde back in for a do-over in early 2025. The timing of Mars’ return couldn’t be better, for he will be in your work sector when Venus returns to begin the first planetary activity in your career sector this year on 23rd September. Venus is only here until 18th October, but with Mercury here from 14th October to 3rd November and the Sun from 23rd October to 22nd November, this will coincide with Mars’ time in your work sector. With support from Saturn and Neptune in your income sector, these will be especially good months across the income, work, and career fronts.
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