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Monthly Career Forecast

By Jeff Jawer

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Sagittarius Career Horoscope for February 2014

Creative inspiration

Your brain may be fired up with bright ideas and fresh insights this month. The desire to share what you're discovering with others is understandable. However, simplifying the information you present could make the difference between a meaningless conversation and a discussion that produces concrete results.

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Mercury, the communication planet, is in reverse (retrograde) from February 6-28, which often tangles concepts with misunderstanding and produces inaccurate information. Your credibility could be at stake, so be sure you can back up what you say with facts or a solid commitment to follow up words with deeds. This occurs in your 4th House of Roots, where it can stir up old issues. These could be work-related, and it could reveal tasks that need to be redone or repaired. Another way to interpret this transit is that it can awaken interest in creative ideas or vocational interests that have been dormant for years.

On February 18, the Sun dives into sensitive Pisces and your 4th House of Home and Family, which could put more focus on your personal than professional life. But this also begins a 30-day period of dreaming about advancing your career. Let your imagination take you to places that might not seem practical at first, but which can provide the inspiration to bring more creativity to your job.

Your expansive planet Jupiter forms a square with revolutionary Uranus on February 25, which can rock your world with brainstorms and inventive ideas, or it could provoke restlessness and rebellion that motivates you to consider a radical career change.

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