Forget Me Not

I wonder if I would get the same pay?  I’m going to try to pull that one off and I’ll let you know what happens………”fa real”

If you are at age 40+ and starting to think you’re no longer fully able to focus and remember facts, you could point the finger at your work as the contributing factor.

A recent research study conducted by experts at the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research produced interesting findings. Namely, while working up to 30 hours per week is good for the cognitive function in the fourth decade of life, any additional overload causes one’s performance to decline.

Actually, people who worked 55 hours a week or more had the greatest cognitive decline than those who were without a job, retired or didn’t work at all.

The research included 3500 female and 3000 male subjects at age 40+. While the subjects did cognitive function tests their work performance was being monitored​


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