Gemini Forecast for 2020: Work & Business
While having Neptune in your career sector since 2012 means that there is continuous professional activity all year, this has become the normal pattern. What you have this year is a fairly typical professional year, taking into account that having ongoing planetary activity on the career front is atypical. What does set this year apart is the good start things get off to on both the job and career fronts. While there is usually no planetary activity on the job front until later in the year, what you have at the start of this year is the tail end of planetary activity in 2019 still playing out. And I really do mean tail end, with Mars in his final days in your work sector as we move into the New Year and gone by 3rd December. Apart from the Moon's monthly visits and a Full Moon on 7th May, there will be no more planetary activity on the job front until Mercury returns on 27th September. This will kick off the most active months of 2020 on the job front, which will take until Venus leaves on 16th December to run their course.
This makes starting the year with Mars here an advantage, for while he will leave in the early days of the year, he allows you to start strong and with the momentum of months of planetary activity and momentum already banked. At the same time, this will give you a chance to catch your breath, for it is just a few days after Mars leaves your work sector that things will start up on the career front. It begins with Venus' return to your career sector on 14th January, where she will team up with Neptune on her own. With Neptune focused on your professional dreams and Venus on updating your professional desires and expectations for the coming year, this gives them time before the Sun returns to take a more objective approach to things.
Venus will leave on 8th February so won't be here when the Sun turns the solar spotlight onto your career and professional situation, matters and options from 19th February to 20th March. However, Mercury's return on 4th February, four days before Venus leaves will give you a chance to put heart and mind on the same page for a few days. Mercury will leave on 5th March but will return for a double dip visit from 16th March to 11th April. This will be a chance for a do over and to reconsider your options, ahead of Mars' return just over a month later. For it is when Mars moves through your career sector from 13th May to 28th June that there will be a chance to really fire things up. This is the same bonus chapter that work and job matters got late last year and is just running its course in the early days of the year.