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Taurus Forecast for 2023: Work & Business
First impressions as you move into this new professional year will suggest that it is business as usual and a continuation of last year and for a few days that will be the case. For you, business as usual means that you still have Saturn, the hard taskmaster of the cosmos in your career sector and on his own he is calling for restraint, discipline and always showing up. Since returning in 2020, Saturn has been the driving force on the professional front, taking you through some form of professional boot camp but that is about to change. The first sign of change will come when Venus returns on 3rd January and where Saturn has made you work for everything you have achieved, she will use the laws of attraction to attract things more easily. Until leaving on 27th January Venus will soften some of Saturn's sharp edges, while working to fuel your professional confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction.
The Sun's return from 20th January to 19th February is something that will always shine the solar spotlight on your career and professional situation, matters and options at this time of year, with Mercury returning from 12th February to 3rd March with a chance to work smarter, get your head in the game, ideas on the table and the communication lines open. As each planet moves through, they will meet up with Saturn, as they did the last two years as well and when they do, they will help you capitalise on what you have worked on throughout 2021 and 2022 but also, for the last time for another three decades, with the hard taskmaster of the cosmos finally leaving on 8th March. This will leave your career sector empty for the first time since 2020 but not for long.
It is just 16 days later that Pluto, the planet of change and revolution will return to your career sector for the first time in our lifetime, something that he will ease into. For now, Pluto is only here for a few months, returning on 24th March but then retrograding back out on 11th June, giving you a taste of the changes you might want to make when he returns in January 2024 to spend the next 20 years here. Meanwhile, while there is less planetary activity on the job front this year, Mars will kick things off with a bang when he returns to your work sector for the first time in two years on 28th August. Until leaving on 12th October, by which time the Sun and Mercury will be here, Mars will fire things up in what could be the busiest, most active and driven weeks of the year on the job front. Once the Sun leaves on 24th October there will be a lull, with Venus returning to bring things home on the job front from 8th November to 5th December.