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Monthly Career Forecast

By Jeff Jawer

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Pisces Career Horoscope for March 2014

Don't be a sucker

The good news this month is that the Sun is in your sweet sign until March 20. The warming solar presence in your 1st House of Personality boosts confidence and garners attention more easily. Physical vitality can also increase if you take proper care of yourself.

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But even if you're feeling stronger, it's important to be more sensitive when working with others. Compassion is one of your strengths that will come in handy now because of Mars retrograde. The warrior planet turns backward on the 1st and will continue its reversal period until May 19. This occurs in your 8th House of Deep Sharing in the socially conscious sign Libra, which can pull hypersensitive people into your life. 

Of course, you don't need to be a sucker and believe everything they say or respond to every one of their needs. Using your intuition and listening skills can earn you trust that strengthens alliances. Still, someone may back out of an agreement with you or you might realize that you've made a deal that doesn't fulfill your desires. Either way, it's better to back out or alter the terms than to stick with something that doesn't reward you fairly for your efforts. 

The Sun's move into assertive Aries on March 20 occurs in your 2nd House of Resources. This could push you to seek additional sources of income. Yet with Aries' ruling planet Mars in reverse, you might find inspiration from an old dream, project or partnership that comes back into your life again.

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