Career Horoscope for sagittarius

Because the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of May in your work sector, the solar spotlight is always on work and job matters at this time of year. However, an eclipsing New Moon on 1st May is the first sign that something is different and that ahead are a lot more possibilities than is normally the case. Even Mercury's departure on 30th April is allowing you to work smarter from the start while also keeping your mind and your options open. Normally Mercury's departure would signal a need to tie up loose ends but it is not just the eclipsing New Moon on 1st May that suggests there are more opportunities ahead. While the Sun will leave on 21st May, a retrograde turn on 10th May will see Mercury make a U turn that will see him retrograde back into your work sector on 23rd May. Last month Mercury returned ahead of the Sun and returns two days after it leaves on 21st May to pick up the mantel again. However, neither the Sun nor Mercury's return got things started, with both returning to find Uranus and the North Node already here. It is having the North Node here that is not only giving work and job matters a sense of direction but is responsible for turning the New Moon on 1st May into a solar eclipse, increasing the potential for unexpected developments and the strength of the momentum this can create. While the month will end with the Sun gone and Mercury in retrograde motion, Venus' return on 29th May will not only keep the momentum going but with it a chance to capitalise on what has already been invested. Held back by a retrograde turn late last year, Venus is late to return but will end the month and spend the first three weeks of June fuelling your job confidence, attracting opportunities and steering things in a lucrative direction. The Moon will come full circle from the eclipsing New Moon at the start of the month from 27th May to 30th May so will be here, giving you an intuitive read on work and job matters when Venus returns on 29th May.