Gemini Career horoscope Year
Dear Gemini, this is your career horoscope for 2018:
In terms of what kind of professional year to expect they don’t come much bigger than this. Not only do you have lucky Jupiter in your work sector until the 9th November but Neptune, in your career sector since 2012 is having his best year yet. This is partly because of the support from Jupiter on the job front and partly because Chiron will be gone for much of the year and you will no longer be hindered by old baggage. Jupiter only returned to your work sector in October 2017, so is still in his early months when you move into the New Year. Jupiter will always have a lot of support in the early and later part of his journey and at the start of the year that early support is still playing out. By the time you move into the New Year the Sun, Mercury and Venus have already been and gone but Mars, who only returned in December, is here until the 27th January.
This is giving work and job matters a serious push in the first four weeks of the year, after which it will become more about the journey. However, the timing couldn’t be better, for with Venus returning to your career sector on the 11th February, this gives you just a few weeks for work and job matters to settle, before new career developments start opening up. Jupiter will spend from the 9th March to the 11th July in retrograde motion, making this a period of going back over old ground. From Venus’ return to your career sector from the 11th February to the Sun’s departure on the 28th April, you will have all the resources needed to exploit all the potential on the career front and to gain a clear sense of professional direction. With Chiron leaving your career sector from the 17th April to the 26th September, this clears the way for Jupiter and Neptune to work together. Jupiter, planet of luck and expansion is working to create job growth, while Neptune is focused on your professional dreams, together making a remarkable team.
It’s not until Venus returns to your work sector on the 9th September, two months to the day before Jupiter is due to leave that the push will begin to bring things home. That push will be extensive, with both Venus and Mercury making not one but two visits. Venus will move through your work sector from the 9th September to the 1st November and Mercury from the 10th October to the 31st October. With Jupiter leaving on the 9th November, right in the middle of the Sun’s visit, from the 24th October to the 22nd November, Venus and Mercury will be on hand to make those final weeks count. However, Mercury will return for a double dip visit from the 2nd December to the 13th December and Venus from the 3rd December to the 8th January 2019, both after Jupiter has moved on. Not only will they help to bring Jupiter’s 13 month visit home, but will return after he’s gone in order to exploit as much untapped job potential as possible.