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On both the job and career fronts there is a need to take things one day at a time, mainly because the conditions and dynamics are literally changing by the day. The week begins with a lot of intensity, with Mars not only in his final 24 hours in your work sector but Venus processing her encounter with the Moon in your career sector over the weekend. Your experience on Monday will be determined by your situation and whether you are part of the workforce on lockdown or the part that is being run off their feet. If it is the latter, then Monday could be manically busy while if there is nothing to channel this into, there could be some frustration. By Tuesday, with Mars gone things will become more settled and those wild extremes will be gone. With Pluto and Jupiter, who are here for the rest of the year aligned all week, on the job front you will have time to establish a new normal. With Venus leaving your career sector over the weekend, she will be working to boost your professional confidence.
There is a lot of talk at the moment about ‘flattening the curve’ and while it might appear the professional gods are heeding that message, this was their intention all along. What you have, especially on the job front is the removal of the extremes, leaving behind something that is less volatile, more predictable and smooth running. You began March with Jupiter, Pluto, Mars and Saturn in your work sector but it was the latter two that created the wild extremes. Saturn likes to drive in the slow lane, at the slowest pace possible and preferably with the brakes on. Mars, on the other hand, likes to drive in the fast lane, with his foot to the floor and while he only returns to your work sector every other year, they can be the busiest weeks in a two year period. When you had Mars wanting you to go hard and Saturn wanting you to pull back and times when one got the upper hand, we have volatility. You also have uncertainty. Do you go with Saturn, who wants you to play it safe or do you go with Mars, who wanted you to be more reckless? This is something you no longer have to choose between, with Mars having left in the final hours of March and Saturn nine days earlier. This not only leaves Jupiter and Pluto, the planets of luck and change behind, but they will spend the first six days of the month aligned, making sure they are on the same page. With Pluto turning retrograde on 26th April and Jupiter next month, they are both slowing down, resulting in a slow, steady, confident and far less volatile month. Even on the career front there is a return to normality, with Venus leaving your career sector on 4th April but the Sun returning on 20th April ahead of Mercury on 28th April, turning the solar spotlight onto your career and professional situation, matters and options as he does at this time every year.