The age of 47.2 has been discovered to be when people experience peak misery according to a study.
David Blanchflower, professor of economics at Dartmouth College, analysed data relating to wellbeing and age across 132 countries. He found that the average age of people living in developed nations were most unhappy at 47.2-years-old.
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