Career Horoscope for libra
This should be a fairly quiet point in your professional year, with the Sun not due to return to your career sector until later next month and the last of the faster planets having left your work sector two months ago, leaving Neptune on his own to keep the wheels turning. Instead, your professional year is exploding into life in a totally unexpected way and it is happening on the job and career fronts. It began with Mars' return to your career sector on 23rd April, with the warrior planet of the cosmos just completing his first week here in two years as we move into the new month. Mars returned two months ahead of the Sun to fire things up on the career front ahead of schedule. If that was the only development this month this would still be significant, with Mars able to gain some real momentum during the seven weeks he will spend here, which the Sun and faster planets can then capitalise on when they move through. The first sign that this is just the first step in a major reboot will come when the Moon moves through your work sector from 5th May to 7th May. As always, this will give you an intuitive read on work and job matters while an alignment with dreamy Neptune is a chance to check in. {ads_delimiter}This should reveal that it is business as usual on the job front, with the focus on the long game and staying that way for the rest of the year. Instead, this is when your over the horizon radar will pick up on a sense of anticipation while a friendly aspect to Mars will give his early days in your career sector a boost. It is a week after the Moon leaves that everything changes with Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion returning to your work sector on 14th May, for the first time in over a decade. It is one thing to have Mars in your career sector but to have Jupiter in your work sector as well will inject new life into this professional year. This is the first time that Jupiter and Neptune, the planets of luck and dreams have been in your work sector at the same time in our lifetime, with this just the start of a partnership that will extend out to the end of 2022.