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Why economists believe 47.2 is our most miserable age

7 mins | Oct 7, 2020
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A group of economists believe that mid-life misery is a reality. 'Reader, I just turned 47. Peak misery awaits me at the end of November'. Tim Harford, in the Financial Times, explores the argument that 47.2 is a particularly unhappy age.
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