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L.A. Trend: Professionals Downshift Careers

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L.A. Trend: Professionals Downshift Careers

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L.A. Trend: Professionals Downshift Careers

L.A. Trend: Professionals Downshift Careers

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Many white-collar professionals are swapping their power suits for aprons. Glitzy, upscale baking is the new fad in the trend-making culture of Los Angeles. So mid-career professionals are leaving behind corporate, high-stress jobs for passions they've had on hold.

Rob Schmitz reports from KQED in Los Angeles