Blog: Just when you thought you were out, you pull yourself back in

Blog: Just when you thought you were out, you pull yourself back in

Veterinary Economics Editorial Advisory Board member Dr. Andrew Rollo delves into the retirement dilemma athletes and veterinarians both face.
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Sep 18, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

Deciding when to retire isn't easy. In addition to the financial considerations, there's the issue of self-worth, and, perhaps more important, putting your passion on the shelf.

Click here to read why Dr. Rollo thinks saying goodbye is so difficult for professionals, on and off the field.

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