Your free Cancer career horoscope for today, this week and this month. Consult your Cancer horoscope to help guide your work & career decisions.
Even without starting the week with the Moon in your career sector, this was always going to be an important week on the career front. With the Sun and Mercury both in their last full week here and Venus leaving on Thursday, this is the final week of what is the annual thrust that career matters get at this time each year. Critical to that is the New Moon that will always fall at some point during the Sun’s month long visit, aligning with the Moon to create the start of a new lunar cycle and the forward momentum this can create. That New Moon falls on Monday, allowing you to gain maximum traction from the start, as well as benefiting from having your professional instincts and imagination fuelled moving into the new working week. The Moon will be gone by Tuesday and Venus 48 hours later, making it important to trust your heart and your professional instincts during the first half of the week. Things become more strategic after that.
The focus is always going to be on career and professional matters at this time of year, with the Sun always spending the first three weeks of April in your career sector. This is when the solar spotlight is always on your career and professional situation, matters and options. This makes this the ordinary annual update that career matters and your professional year, in general, gets at this time every year. This makes this part of the ordinary pattern of every professional year but four factors set this apart from other years. The first is that it was in early January that Mars wrapped up a nearly seven month visit, his longest in 32 years, leaving you with a lot of momentum and untapped professional potential. The second factor is that the dwarf planet Ceres is making her first visit in four years and this is the last full month of a three month mission to update your professional needs and priorities. Ceres returned in February, a month after Mars left and before the Sun returned, giving you time to regroup after Mars left and to start this next chapter with a better sense of your professional needs and priorities. The third factor is how closely the Sun, Venus and Mercury are working together. While all three return at around the same time, last year Venus had been and gone by the time the Sun returned and Mercury only returned during the Sun’s final days here. They were never a tight unit. That is not the case this year, with the Sun having returned on 20th March, Venus less than 48 hours later and Mercury will return on 4th April. With Venus here until 15th April, Mercury until 19th April, the Sun until 20th April and all three here for a New Moon on 12th April, all your resources are in the same place at the same time. The fourth factor is that while there is always planetary activity on the career front at this time of year it is rare to have any in your work sector. With the asteroid Juno in your work sector until November, the South Node all year and the Sun, Venus and Mercury all moving into a positive aspect to both, this should be a good month for job and career matters.