The Goats may be stressed out at work all 2015 long. However, they won't be considering switching jobs unless they are forced to do so. You are ready to patiently wait for the slightest improvement of work conditions and warmer atmosphere among your colleagues; but even if these changes don't take place you won't be too upset and continue carrying your burden.
The Goats who do decide to find a new job should take note of the periods when they must avoid making any steps associated with their employment: January 21-February 11, May 19-June 11, September 17-October 9. Changing jobs during these periods will disappoint you and you may start missing your old team and old job which would feel like a very comfortable place for you.
The best time for switching jobs is January 4-27, April 12-May 7 and December 6-30. Changing jobs during this time you could count on much better working conditions. Looking for a new job in July and August may be conjugated with unjustified salary expectations.
The Goats who were born in the period of January 4-6 can drastically change their profession. You may want to try yourself in a new role/status. You'll have zest, ambitions; you'll feel like proving your worth to the world' in 2015 you will have not only a chance to become a manager, but also start your own successful business. Keep in mind that any changes at work will have a far-reaching consequences.
In the first half of 2015 many Goats will have to tackle the issues connected with promotion, new position, relations with the management, etc. Your amazing ability to assume others' responsibilities will give you a chance to get compensated for all the headache you've had. In the first half of the year you should make an effort to climb a career ladder; then you'll develop a taste for life and feel like you've got something to offer. Use your current connections to achieve your goals and establish new professional contacts; try to earn your management's support by playing a part of an assistant and irreplaceable employee.
Capricorn with its own business may have to make more effort in the first half of 2015 in order to stay afloat. You'll find it quite hard to navigate through constantly changing economical conditions. You may need more operating funds and you may have to apply for a loan or turn to your partners for a financial "cushion".