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Career Horoscope for leo
The professional gods are taking a 'divide and conquer' approach this month, with planetary activity on the job and career fronts taking things in two very different directions. The Sun will always spend the first three weeks of May in your career sector, not only shining the solar spotlight on your career and professional situation, matters and options but on the road ahead. The Sun returns to explore new options and to plot a new path forward, with a New Moon in its early days here last month having already opened new doors. Venus had already moved through by the time the Sun returned, leaving you with your professional wish list updated. Mercury only returned to your career sector in the closing days of April but leaving on 12th May, he will spend just 14 days here, giving you the intellectually savvy edge needed to get your head in the game, make choices, decisions and plans and to update your professional game plan and resolutions. With the Sun gone by 21st May, this will bring all the faster planetary activity on the career front to a close. However, Uranus' return last March and position here until 2026 will ensure that what the Sun and Mercury are able to begin in the early weeks of the month has plenty of momentum. {ads_delimiter}The Moon will come full circle from last month's New Moon from 20th May to 23rd May, ensuring your professional instincts are sharp as the Sun leaves and you remember the intentions made four weeks earlier. Meanwhile, while all eyes are on the future on the career front and in terms of the professional year as a whole, on the job front the focus is turning to the rearview mirror. The month begins with Pluto already in retrograde motion in your work sector with Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion turning retrograde here on 15th May, for the first time in 12 years. Even Saturn, who left your work sector in March will turn retrograde on 11th May, retrograding back in for a double dip visit in early July. While this might put the brakes on work and job matters this is less a roadblock and more a turning point, as the doors open the past, second chances and untapped job potential, along with a chance to spend time back at the drawing board.
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