Your February Horoscope for Taurus
From February 9 onward, your mind will likely be directed to your career as the new moon will conjoin the Sun in Aquarius and your solar tenth house of honors, awards, and achievement, and where Mercury and Pluto have been waiting. Usually this would be a good time to move assertively on professional advancement, and you can do that, but be aware that this new moon of February 9 brings an obstacle along with its opportunity.
Uranus, the planet of unexpected developments, now in Taurus, is the lead planet at the February 9 new moon, and Uranus will challenge the Sun and new moon in Aquarius. At the last minute, you may find something you don’t like about the offer, and when it dawns on you of what will be involved, it will be something that you had not anticipated.
You may be required work in a setting far from home (and therefore need to move) or spend a great deal of time traveling for work, making you wonder how you will be able to tend to your family, especially if you have small children. You may suddenly wonder if you would be taking on too much by accepting the offer.
Alternatively, after you show interest, you may be presented with a contract that seems surprisingly one-sided that could put you in jeopardy. If that is the case, and the job interests you enough, contact your lawyer, and see if she can suggest changes in some of the clauses that you and your prospective employer find agreeable to change. If you can’t resolve the situation, you may simply pass and wait for another offer to come from another firm. This could be disappointing, for the salary on the present offer seems generous. This obstacle (if you encounter one) would come up suddenly and from out of left field, and you will have to deal with it as best you can—quickly—or simply turn down the job or client.