Libra Forecast for 2020: Work & Business
Because the bar has already been raised on the job and career fronts, starting the year with it raised and with ongoing potential on both fronts, means that in many ways 2020 is a continuation of 2019. However, this is one time when this is a good thing. Before we go into the details of what is happening on the job and career fronts, where and when, there is one anomaly to point out and this gives you a clue to the flavour of this year. In every area of your chart you will have one New and one Full Moon and sometimes not even that, with no New Moon in Capricorn this year. However, in your career sector you have two Full Moons and two New Moons and that is extremely rare and even more so when two of them are eclipses. Eclipses aren't random events and this means there could be some real surprises this year.
The reason for the eclipses is that you have the North Node in your career sector until 5th May and this has been keeping things on track. This is also the reason for a lunar eclipse in your career sector on 11th January and for a solar eclipse here on 21st June. In addition, you have an ordinary New Moon here on 21st July and an ordinary Full Moon on 30th December, bringing a lot of activity into play in the middle and at either end of the year. It is just three days after the lunar eclipse in your career sector that Venus will return to your work sector on 14th January, teaming up with dreamy Neptune to update your expectations on the job front. By the time Mercury returns on 4th February and the Sun on 19th February, you should have a clear and confident sense of what you want on the job front. While both will be gone by 20th March, Mercury will return for a second visit from 16th March to 11th April, with a chance to rethink your options.
This should bring all active planetary activity on the job front to a close for the year, except work and job matters are likely to catch their second wind when Mars moves through from 13th May to 28th June. With Neptune here since 2012 and not leaving for several years work and job matters will never go off the boil but these are likely to be the busiest and most active points of 2020 on the job front. In the meantime, while the North Node will leave your career sector on 5th May, you not only have a solar eclipse here on 21st June but all of this year's planetary activity. The action shifts to the career front with Mercury's return to your career sector on 29th May, for what should be 14 day visit aimed at giving you the intellectually savvy edge needed to get your head in the game. Instead, Mercury won't leave until 5th August and with the Sun here from 21st June to 2nd July, a second New Moon on 21st July and Venus here from 8th August to 6th September, career developments will continue to unfold during the middle months of the year.