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Most professional ballet dancers retire sometime in their mid-30’s because of the physical demands of ballet. In this field, ‘retirement’ only means retiring from ballet performance. Most retired dancers go on to teach, choreograph, or even to continue performing, but in a less physically-demanding genre of dance.

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