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monthly Career Horoscope for capricorn

Because the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of October in your career sector, the solar spotlight is always on your career and professional situation, matters and options at this time of year. There are no major developments on the career front this year, making this more the boost that career matters get at this time each year but two factors elevate this above the norm and that could have big implications. The first is Mercury, who returned in August to begin the first planetary activity on the career front for the year and to begin what is normally a 14 to 15 day chance to get your head in the game and around your options. With the Sun still over a month away at that point, a retrograde phase not only forced Mercury to wait but saw him retrograde back out four weeks after returning and just hours after the solar spotlight shifted onto your career and professional situation, matters and options for the first time this year. As you move into the new month Mercury is gone and the Sun and Venus are here in his place, though already benefiting from the weeks that he has spent here. {ads_delimiter}It is a direct turn on 2nd October that will see Mercury make a U turn, returning for a second visit from 11th October to 30th October. With the Sun and Venus both leaving on 23rd October, this will keep things open and active on the career front through to the end of the month. The second factor is that for the first time in 15 years, the Sun and faster planets have returned to find Mars in your work sector. By the time you move into the new month Mars has been here for six weeks, which is the length of a typical visit. Instead, just like Mercury, the warrior planet of the cosmos is not making a typical visit and instead, a retrograde turn on 31st October will keep him here for the rest of the year and through to March 2023. Along with Saturn in your income sector, what should be an ordinary month is instead hosting some extraordinary and even game changing developments across the income, work and career fronts.