Subscribe
capricorn
Career Horoscope for capricorn
There has been no planetary activity in either of your two professional houses since late last year and that is what you would expect at this time of year. The difference this year is that you have the North Node in your work sector from May 2020 to January 2022, providing a constant sense of direction. This is keeping work and job matters on track but is not injecting anything new and is more like having a GPS. That in itself is a huge advantage but as you move into the third month of 2021 there is nothing to suggest that anything is about to change, especially with the Sun not returning to your work sector until May. However, that is exactly what is about to happen and in a major and potentially game changing way. The Moon will move through your career sector from 1st March to 3rd March and while there are no changes here or at least not yet, with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled you will sense that things are about to shift. The change comes a day after the Moon leaves, with Mars returning to your work sector on 4th March. This is the warrior planet's first visit since early 2019 and he returns to begin some of the busiest months of 2021. {ads_delimiter}Until leaving on 23rd April, Mars will inject more energy into work and job matters than anything seen in nearly two years, making for some busy but also potentially successful times. This is in addition to what the Sun will bring when he returns in May. What will back this an even bigger game changing that it would otherwise be is not just that the North Node is here and is therefore allowing you to better target Mars' work passions, fighting and competitive spirit. Mars returns to find lucky Jupiter in your income sector, creating the potential for not just some busy and successful times on the job front but lucrative times as well. Meanwhile, the Moon will come full circle, returning to your career sector from 28th March to 30th March as a Full Moon, with the potential to act as a catalyst across the income, work and career fronts.