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What age are we the happiest?

U.S. – Just when you thought 30 was the new 20, a new study conducted at the London School of Economics suggests people are happiest at 23 and 69 years old.

A survey of more than 23,000 people, ages 17 to 85, found that people are happiest in their early twenties and late sixties.

They found happiness in life tends to come in cycles. Participants’ happiness declined after their mid-twenties.

If you find yourself in a midlife crisis, the study suggests that better days are ahead. It found that emotional well-being improved around age 55.

Researchers point out that these are just overall trends.

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Washington Times