This is the conclusion of experts from the University of California. Some have proven that both men and women often jealous of their peers. With age, people become less prone to envy, writes Prothom Alo. The young people are usually jealous of appearance, then as adults – social status and patch.

Scientists conducted a survey of more than 1,700 people aged 18-80 years. The study showed that with age the levels start gradually declining. 80% of people under 30 years old for the year were jealous seriously at least once. The same rate among participants older than 50 years was 69%.

Young people, according to collected results, envious looks, powerful relationships, social status and achievement. Men aged were often jealous of someone else's career, and women beautiful appearance.

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