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February 27, 2013

Second career can mean running your own business

AP Business Writer

NEW YORK — Calling the shots isn't always all it's cracked up to be. But for people above 50, it's become a more popular choice.

Tony Uzzi knows all about that. After 30 years in traditional jobs, at age 52, he accepted a buyout from a pharmaceutical company and went into business for himself. Now, instead of having a fairly predictable schedule as a pharmaceutical salesman, work can interrupt just about anything — even dinners out.

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