Your free Aries career horoscope for today, this week and this month. Consult your Aries horoscope to help guide your work & career decisions.
While Pluto, the only planet in either of your two professional houses is slowing down ahead of his retrograde turn in your career sector later in the month, this is working to your advantage. This is not only your first chance to pull back and let things play out but is something that you never got to fully embrace over recent years. Since his return in 2008 and until he leaves in 2024, Pluto has turned retrograde in April, with a chance to pull back, regroup and move into review mode while things play out. However, the last time that Pluto was able to quietly do this on his own was in 2017, making this a long awaited chance to catch your breath. While this might see things move more slowly on the career front, this is giving a new round of planetary activity on the income front a chance to take prominence. A pullback professionally is going hand in hand with a more lucrative shift.
It might feel like you are losing your motivation but it’s a much needed chance to slow down and even pull over into the slow lane. That doesn’t mean that professionally things will slow down and more that the same effort isn’t required in order to keep the wheels turning. However, this is a much needed chance to come down from the high energy of recent months if not years, with specific points in the month when you are able to give both job and career matters some additional juice. Those times will be when the Moon moves through your career sector from 3rd April to 6th April and again when it moves through your work sector from 23rd April to 25th April. In the former case, as the Moon moves through it will align with Pluto as it has done since the planet of change and revolution returned in 2008 and will do until he leaves in 2024. This is when you should get a sense that the urgency is dropping back, for this is the Moon’s last visit before Pluto turns retrograde on 28th April. It was only in December that Saturn wrapped up a three year visit and it wasn’t until February that the last of the faster planets left, allowing things to defuse and settle. Now that Pluto is moving into his annual review phase, his first on his own since 2017 that you can finally relax. Meanwhile, the Moon’s return to your work sector from 23rd April to 25th April will have even wider implications, creating what could be some important, exciting or pivotal days across the income, work and career fronts. As well as giving you an intuitive read on work and job matters and acting as a trigger, the Moon will form a friendly aspect to Pluto in his final days in direct motion but also to the Sun, Venus and Mercury in their early days in your income sector. This comes just days into what could be some of the most potentially lucrative weeks of the year, with the Moon able to act as a trigger across the income, work and career fronts.