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Who Are the Most Valued Advisers? Research Reveals Surprising Results

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  • A popular stereotype suggests that the elderly, with their accumulated experience, are the most valued advisers. However, research has shown that the middle-aged population, specifically those aged 5 to 55, are actually considered the most highly valued advisers. Even the elderly prefer the advice of the middle-aged.
  • Who would you consider the most valued advisers? Many people might assume that the elderly, with their accumulated experience, hold the key to wisdom. However, surprising research findings reveal that it is actually the middle-aged population, specifically those aged 5 to 55, who are considered the most highly valued advisers. This means that even the elderly prefer the advice of those in the middle-aged range.
  • Contrary to the popular stereotype, research has shown that the most highly valued advisers are not the elderly with their accumulated experience, but rather the middle-aged population aged 5 to 55. Even the elderly themselves prefer the advice of those in the middle-aged range. These findings challenge commonly held beliefs about wisdom and expertise.

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成熟した年 大衆の既成概念によると、高齢者の蓄えられた経験は、彼らを賢明で貴重なアドバイザーにします。 しかし、研究は、実際、最も高く評価されるアドバイザーは、5歳から55歳の範囲の中年の人であることを、示しました。 老人でさえ、中年のアドバイスを好みます。 ☆ 英文通りに訳しましたが、「5歳から55歳」と言う部分の「5歳」は若すぎる様に思うのですが・・・?

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