Ten Random Things, And the Age You're Best at Them
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Business Insider looked at a bunch of scientific studies, and came up with a list of random things, and the age when you're BEST at them. At least statistically. Here are the ten I thought were most interesting . . .

  1. Learning a new language. Your ability to do it peaks when you're around 7 or 8.

  2. Remembering people's names . . . 22 years old.

  3. Finding someone to marry . . . 26 years old.

  4. Running a marathon . . . 28 years old.

  5. Playing chess . . . 31 years old.

  6. Remembering people's faces . . . also 31 years old.

  7. Winning a Nobel Prize . . . 40 years old. That's when the average winner has done it.

  8. Making your peak salary at work . . . 39 years old for women, and 48 for men.

  9. Doing math in your head . . . believe it or not, around 50 years old.

  10. Having a strong vocabulary . . . late 60s or early 70s. There's a bit of a decline after that.

And in general, our happiness level peaks at 23, and again at 69.

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