Work and Career
While Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion left your work sector on 29th December 2021, this will have a huge impact on your 2022 professional year and possibly even more so than when he was here. Jupiter is a planet that can promise much but under deliver, for while he will return every 12 years and spend around 12 months expanding a sense of what’s possible, he leaves the follow through to you. That is not the case this time, with Saturn staying on until March 2023, giving you the discipline and focus to ensure you remain committed, doing whatever it takes for as long as it takes. It helps that you will get a lot of help from the faster planets in the early months of the new professional year, including Mars who is making his first visit in nearly two years.
It begins with Mercury’s return on 2nd January and while he will retrograde back out on 26th January, he will return with the intellectually savvy edge needed to get your head in the game from 15th February to 10th March. In that time, the Sun will make his annual visit from 20th January to 19th February, something that will always turn the solar spotlight onto your work situation, job matters and options at this time of year. However, the real momentum won’t come until after the Sun has moved through and when things should be dialling back. It happens in one fell swoop when Venus and Mars both return to your work sector on 6th March. With Venus here until 6th April and Mars until 15th April, this will be an active time for work and job matters.
It is just 15 days after Mars leaves your work sector that Mercury will return to your career sector on 30th April, beginning the first planetary activity on the career front this year but also the first of two chapters. The first is the ordinary planetary activity that happens at around the same time each year. While the Sun will move through from 21st May to 21st June, Mercury’s return on 30th April will get things off to an early start while Venus’ departure on 18th July will extend things out the other side. However, while this should be the end of all planetary activity on the career front for the year, Mars’ return on 20th August will open up a whole new chapter. Returning for the first time in nearly two years for what should be a six week visit, this will instead see the warrior planet of the cosmos stay here until March 2023. With Saturn in your work sector all year, this will have huge implications on both the job and career fronts.