Second Careers There are more and more second acts in American life. From librarian to farmer, or from doctor to truck driver, Neal Conan and guests examine radical second takes.
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There are more and more second acts in American life. From librarian to farmer, or from doctor to truck driver, Neal Conan and guests examine radical second takes.

Guests:

Ketzel Levine, NPR senior correspondent

Joanna Slaybaugh, employee of the "Victorian Rose" flower and gift shop in Pomeroy, Wash.

Tony Lee, publisher of careerjournal.com, a free career Web site from The Wall Street Journal