With the Moon having wrapped up its first visit to your work sector for the year over the weekend, but not due to return for its first visit to your career sector for the year until this weekend, you have time to let things settle. Where the Moon left you with an intuitive read on work and job matters, this will be an asset as the fog of war starts to clear on the income front.
A fairly quiet start to this new professional year gains some additional support and insight this week, made all the more important by the timing. There has been no planetary activity in either of your two professional houses since Venus left your career sector in December. But this is normally the case at this time of year, with more than enough momentum, with the Moon’s monthly visits enough to keep things on track. The Moon’s first visit to your work sector for the year only wrapped up over the weekend, giving you an intuitive read on work and job matters from the get go. It is the Moon’s return to your career sector on Friday that will fuel your professional instincts and imagination, while bringing a chance to regroup over the weekend. What makes the timing so auspicious, is the Moon’s return during Mercury’s first full day in your income sector and during the Sun’s first week. » Back to More Capricorn Horoscopes
Capricorn – Monthly Career Horoscope
After Venus left your career sector in early December, there has been no planetary activity in either of your two professional houses and it remains the same this month. After a Full Moon in your work sector in late November and Venus wrapped up four months of planetary activity on the career front just days later, more than enough momentum has been created on both fronts. January is a month where there is no call from the professional gods to reinvent the wheel, you are able to get your bearings and play things on your terms. While the Sun doesn’t return to your work sector until May each year, with Mars returning in late March, things will kick off earlier this year and will stay busy throughout the middle and into the later months of 2019. In other words, make the most of a relatively quiet start to your professional year, using this as a chance to get your bearings, to let things play out and with no planets in either of your two professional houses, to play things the way that you want to. On both the job and career fronts, the ball is in your court, with plenty of momentum to tap into and use as you choose. This makes the Moon’s visits to your two professional houses a lot more important this month. The Moon will move through your work sector from 17th January to 19th January. This first visit for the year is a valuable chance to get an intuitive read on work and job matters and to get your bearings. Likewise, the Moon’s return to your career sector from 25th January to 27th January will be your first chance to get your professional bearings for the year. This will also ensure your professional instincts and imagination are fuelled during the Sun and Mercury’s early days in your income sector. » Back to More Capricorn Horoscopes
About Capricorn Career:
Capricorn and Career
The Capricorn traits of discipline, perseverance and dedication, combined with their ambition and their setting of high standards for themselves, results in them achieving any goals set out for them. Capricorns are those within the work-place that can be relied upon to get the job done. They are focused and enterprising, willing to work day and night, and fully committed until the allotted task is completed. Capricorns have a high regard for those around them who are also loyal and industrious, keeping such individuals close to hand, irrespective of their rank or qualification. Professions that are well suited for a Capricorn are finance, management, civil engineering, programming and any field requiring measurement and calculations. With their minds firmly set on tradition, and with their yearning to do whatever it takes to add their contribution to the real world, Capricorns can also be found gainfully employed as civil servants in state run agencies, also suiting their penchant for maintaining documents and records in impeccable order.