The 'Age of Contentment' Infograph Explores Why It's Good to Be 35

By: Courtney Scharf - Published: Jun 4, 2012 • References: confused
This 'Age of Contentment' infograph explores the reasons behind the recurring report that 35 is the happiest age.

Based in the UK and conducted by a life insurance company, the chart is an informative and interesting take on what life looks like in a person's third decade of living. Citing reasons like salary and the values dominating this life stage, reading this might cause a viewer look forward to later life. The chart itself is beautifully designed, using lots of colors and helpful illustrative graphs to break down the data. The chart begins by explaining that 35 is the point that most age groups cite as their desired age. Whether this is actually means that this is conclusive evident that being 35 is preferable is up for debate, but the creators of the graph back up their statement with several other stats.

Most people have somewhat of an interest in happiness and what it means. This infograph, given its subject and attractive design, is sure to catch more than a few glimpses.