I have this little truism/cliche that your optimal career lies in the space where your passions, your motivations, your nature overlap with the needs and wants of the world. You look at that place of overlap in the Venn diagram and that’s sort of your optimal strategic positioning.
Well, the Mars placement talks about your passion. Conversely, I think the Venusian placement describes where the world is very much prepared to love, need, and want you, and where it feels natural to you to receive that. So, I think of Venus as ‘Where and How it feels natural for me to be appreciated/loved/wanted’. As such, it describes where you’ll smoothly perceive the ‘needs/wants of the world’.
You have a Scorpean/Scorpian Venus in the Sixth (Virgoan) House.
The Job (planet): Venus - Perceiving/Welcoming/Responding to Appreciation/Adoration/Need/Want. I’m being a little pedantic and particular here. A much more straightforward way to say this is: ‘The World Likes it When You…’
The Specialist/Specialty (sign): Scorpio. Deals with the deep, primal, intimate parts of life: Birth, death, Sex, the occult. Personal transformations and life transitions. Other people’s secrets and property.
The Context/The Office (house): Virgo. Service and care through conscientious observation of how things proceed. I think of Virgos as the one’s who came up with the concept of the ‘trimester’…and then filled in those charts of everything that normally happens during each trimester of pregnancy. Virgo observes nature carefully and uses what it learns to serve, tend, and care for growing things that require care (gardens, children, animals, families).
So a Scorpian Venus in the Virgoan House is valued for dealing with peoples’ intimate details, possessions, life transitions in order to conscientiously serve and care for them.
Lots of lawyer energy for you. Not the popular cultural stereotype of the venal or showboating lawyer. But the kind of person who we go to for advice when we’re about to do something major like write up a will, start a business, get married, etc., Not necessarily a literal lawyer, but that kind of person.
With this placement, it would be likely that people would find it easy to trust you or to turn to you for advice.