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Career Horoscope for gemini

With both Jupiter and Neptune in their early weeks in retrograde motion in your career sector, things may have come to a standstill. Neptune only turned retrograde on 26th June and Jupiter nine days earlier so this is something you are still adjusting to. Neptune, in your career sector from 2012 to 2026 will spend from June to November of each year in retrograde motion and for a planet here for so many years, this is a valuable chance to pull back. You need this time to regroup, especially as the most active months of any year on the career front will be in the first half of the year. The difference this year that Jupiter is here and he has a different agenda. For Jupiter, this is more a sneak peek or a chance to plant seeds that he will return to harvest when later in the year. Jupiter only returned in May so barely has his foot in the door and will only venture into the very early degrees of your career sector. However, for now, that is more than enough, bringing the planets of luck and dreams together in a way that can plant seeds, breathe life into new professional dreams, goals and ambitions and then step back and let them take hold, before returning in December to make things happen. {ads_delimiter}Jupiter will retrograde back out on 29th July, leaving Neptune on his own and this is when a more typical review phase will begin. The Moon will begin the month in your career sector and while it will leave on 1st July, as well as beginning the month with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled from the start this first visit since Jupiter and Neptune turned retrograde will be a chance to get a read on their change in focus. The Moon will return from 26th July to 28th July and with Jupiter leaving on 29th July will ensure you are emotionally and intuitively engaged during the planet of luck and expansion's final days. Meanwhile, with no planetary activity on the job front, the Moon's visit to your work sector from 18th July to 20th July will be an important few days for work and job matters.
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