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Most magicians perform on a part-time basis, either in the evenings or on weekends. There are very few who can make this a full-time profession. Many magicians perform for free or for very little money, finding satisfaction in simply performing. For those with a great deal of skill and initiative, it is possible to develop a reputation and find work in several communities. In rare cases, magicians develop national reputations and perform in large clubs and on television, such as David Copperfield and David Blaine.

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