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For any other planet and at any other time, a tough start to the week could have put a dent on their last full week in your work sector. However, when that planet is Mars this instead turns into rocket fuel for your work passions, fighting and competitive spirit. Knowing that once Mars leaves early next week he won’t be back until 2021, push back from both the Moon and planets in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart over the weekend, will simply fire up your warrior spirit. Fortunately this is also Juno, queen of commitment’s first full week in your work sector and while Mars is too impatient to pay attention to the message delivered over the weekend, she isn’t. Here until September 2020, where Mars is in a race to gain as much momentum and traction on the job front as possible, Juno is running a marathon. This allows part of you to heed the reminders when it comes to knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off.
While the Sun left your career sector last month, as you move into November that was just eight days ago and while the Sun will leave at the same time every year, it is not unusual to still have planetary activity here. However, this is usually because either Venus or Mercury, who travel with the Sun, are still tying up loose ends. However they both left before the Sun and instead, you move into the month with Mars, the planet of passion and the warrior planet of the cosmos still here. With the Sun gone the solar spotlight is no longer on your career and professional situation, matters and options but freed from a need to operate within any guardrails, Mars has been set free. Not due to leave your career sector until 19th November, Mars will continue to fuel your professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit, with a very real chance to take your professional power back. Mars doesn’t follow the same timetable as the Sun, Mercury and Venus, who return to your career sector at the same time every year so to have their visits overlap has been significant now and it will have major implications in 2020. That is despite the fact that Mars will be long gone by then and you can thank a tiny asteroid called Juno for that. Juno can’t get things up to speed but as the queen of commitment she can help you stay committed and until Mars leaves on 19th November will be turning his professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit into a sense of resolve and commitment. This has obvious benefits now but major implications next year, because instead of spending less than three months here, as she normally would, Juno is here until September 2020. This will put Juno here and with a sense of professional resolve still strong, when Venus returns to your work sector next month and more importantly, when Saturn returns next year. Juno is a support player, but she has turned up at the most important point in this professional year and will be here when major developments on the job front next year begin to play out.