Career Horoscope for capricorn

While the Sun won't return to your work sector until 21st May, something that will always turn the solar spotlight onto work and job matters at this time of year, there will be signs of movement on the job front from the moment you move into the new month. While the dwarf planet Ceres has been in your work sector since last July, her focus has never been on creating movement or supporting developments and instead, on preparing you for when planets would return who can make that happen. Instead, Ceres' has been taking you on a deep dive into your needs and priorities on the job front and especially when it comes to job satisfaction and a sense of purpose. While Ceres will finally leave on 15th May, this is not the reason why there are signs of movement on 1st May. Instead, this is coming from Mercury, who after returning in the final hours of April is still in his first full day in your work sector as we move into the new week. Mercury returns each year, usually at around the same time as the Sun, with the intellectually savvy and articulate edge needed to work smarter, get your head in the game, ideas on the table and the communication lines open. {ads_delimiter}Normally here for just 14 to 15 days, this can create some urgency and often a need to finalise your choices, decisions and plans moving forward. However, with the Sun not returning until 21st May it is too soon for that and instead, a retrograde turn on 10th May will be a chance to hold back and spend more time back at the drawing board. This will see Mercury retrograde back out on 23rd May, just two days after the Sun's return on 21st May. This is something that will take the brakes off and allow for new movement on the job front, something that the Moon's return on 30th May as a New Moon will give wings to. However, you will benefit from the 13 days that Mercury is in retrograde motion here. This is long enough to give you time to retrace your steps but not long enough to get bogged down. Once back in direct motion Mercury will return next month, in time to support the Sun in his final days here.