This is the peak age to go out and have fun


This is the peak age to go out and have fun

What is the peak age to go out and have fun? Is it 21, when you first can drink legally in bars? No, that's too cliche. Is it when you get old like those retired people partying at The Villages all the time? Nope, it turns out the peak age for going out and having fun is 24-years-old. Almost half don't really socialize with friends after the age of 24 and those that do, do so "rarely". But why? Why does your party time fall off so drastically? If you think about it, it's rather simple. Most people really start hitting a professional stride around then and to build their career, it means a lot of hours and a LOT less social stuff. This is also a typical age for long-term relationship building, getting married and having kids, which once again, means less going out. Plus, a lot of people have a tendency to socialize at home with friends, rather than go out anyway. Check out more interesting stats (I mean, it's not like you're going out) here

Source: swnsdigital.com

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