Peter Hiscock’s late-in-life career change

Peter Hiscock always struggled with mental illness, but got a new start and a new outlook mid-life.

James Grudic

Corner Brook’s pulp and paper mill, where Peter worked for 30 years. James Grudic/Kicker

Many people can feel stuck in a job that they don’t enjoy, but Peter Hiscock found a new outlook on himself and his life in his forties. Kicker’s James Grudic tells us how Hiscock overcame mental illness and a lifetime of bullying to pursue his passion.


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