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Career Horoscope for gemini
While it is business as usual on the professional front, with not a lot if anything having changed since last month or even since last year, there is change in the air. Business as usual means that you have dreamy Neptune and the dwarf planet Ceres in your career sector, where they have been working as a team since last April to update your professional dreams, needs and priorities. Neptune has been here since 2012 and while Ceres usually returns to spend three months here every four years, a retrograde turn has kept her here. However, it wasn't until last month that Neptune and Ceres finally aligned, for what was the last time here in our lifetime. Ceres will leave on 21st February, her job done but not before reinforcements arrive and it is time to start putting those needs and priorities into action. It is three days earlier that the Sun will return to your career sector, something that happens at this time every year and is the change that a sense of anticipation will be hinting at from the get go. The Sun turns the solar spotlight onto your career and professional situation, matters and options at this time every year but even this won't fully answer a sense of anticipation that could become even stronger. {ads_delimiter}This is partly because you will be picking up on Venus' approach, returning on 26th February to fuel your professional confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. Held back by a retrograde phase Mercury won't return until next month but with the Sun and Venus still here, there will be time enough then to get your head in the game and around your options. This gives the Sun time to simply hold the solar spotlight on your career situation and matters along with the professional dreams, needs and priorities already banked. The Sun, Mercury and Venus return to your career sector at around the same time every year but by the time the Sun returns Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion will be less than three months away, suggesting that this is just a stepping stone to something much bigger and more game changing.