Neptune in the 6th can mean working at ajob when your heart's not in it, or when you really have no sense of direction or purpose. Most commonly, you are in a period of transition between jobs.
You are in the process of finishing up an old Job, business, or career, and moving toward a new professional endeavor. Usually, there is an overlap-ping period when you are not physically through with your former job even though you are mentally finished.Mentally, you are now involved with your new position even though the physical transition has not yet begun or been completed. So you are just marking time, picking up a paycheck, or existing in limbo until everything is set for the transition to be accomplished. It is unlikely that this will occur until the end of the solar return year, or until Neptune transits out of the 6th house, unless your new position is as probationary or "iffy" as the transitional period itself. Becoming self-employed generally falls into this category. A need for job fulfillment pushes you to find a more suitable position. The job you are leaving might fall short of your abilities. You may not feel as helpful or as effective as you could be if given more opportunity. Misunderstandings between you and your employer are possible. A few individuals might be unemployed or drifting from one job to the next during this time.
Assuming you are happy with your present employment situation, this can be a time of job confusion or uncertainty.
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SOLAR RETURN CHART FROM 1ST HOUSE TO 12TH HOUSE :
- Your Personal Horoscope 2022 Kindle Edition.
From year to year, the Sun passes through the solar return chart in a clockwise direction, falling into every third house for those people who remain in the same location. For example,
the Sun in the 1st house in this year's solar return will probably move up to the 10th house next year, assuming certain conditions: the individual must remain in the same location and this location should not be too far north or too far south in terms of latitude.