Saturn in Libra

On 15th November 2011, Saturn, the most dreaded planet after Rahu and Ketu changes signs from Virgo to Libra. Here’s a glimpse of what influences this may have on your career for the next two and a half years.

Aries: Wonderful prospects for career progression and advancement. You may expect a career change or a big jump. New opportunities are on the anvil. Some of you may also be able to start your careers or get into business and/or profession. Taurus: Far better results than Arians. Great career growth potential, wonderful desired job changes, positive changes or self adaptation in the work environment, classically good relations with colleagues and sub-ordinates.

Gemini: For you, this Saturn’s transit has no direct influence to your career or work environment as such, but you may probably be restricted in some manner in collecting or developing soft skills and creativity. You will have to be more patient with your training needs and processes.

Cancer: It seems that you will have a few more hurdles than normal in dispensing your duties at work, in career growth and development. Some unfortunate souls may also be witness to losing their jobs, career loss, resignation, or a slow start for some fresh aspirants.

Leo: Saturn in Libra may not allow you to put in full efforts to execute your duties and there may be some or the other delay, restriction or hurdle caused by colleagues, subordinates, married life disturbance in your career. You may have to travel a lot or commute more for work.

Virgo: Creativity or skills expansion are high on the cards adding to material wealth. Most of you will be able to grab better jobs with higher returns or more incentives. These two years will be the time to gather skills and do things which will form the base of your future career.

Libra: Most of you will be preoccupied with home, family and kids as well as high creativity and skills development to focus or acquire career benefits. You will not lose your job or career, but the focus shifts. Some of you will but be able to secure permanency in career. Read More!

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