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Choreographers generally begin their careers as dancers, and during their training they participate in informal apprenticeships with experienced choreographers to study and practice how to choreograph dance routines. By their mid- to late-30s, many dancers are ready to transition to careers as choreographers or in other professions. Some dancers also work as choreographers during their dance careers.

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