Here is an interesting report, thought I would share something that would interest everyone.
Middle agers tend to develop artificial mental Tattoos about their
abilities, their constrains and overall ineffectiveness in comparison
to their younger colleagues in terms of deliverable assets.
During interviews also, they form a mind set that perhaps their age may
come in the way of the interviewer correctly assessing their potential.
Many interviews are lost even before they begin.
Barbara Strauch Deputy science editor and health and medical science editor at
The New York Times. in her survey has found that
"Over the past few years, neuro scientists have begun to zero in on the
brain's changes in middle age, and what they've found is encouraging.
Results of long-term studies show that — contrary to stereotypes — we
actually grow smarter in key areas in middle age which, with longer
life spans, now stretches from our mid 40s to our mid to late 60s."
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forthcoming interviews,or at your place.
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