No laughing matter: Entering the world of work triggers a sense of humour failure that is not reversed until we retire, researchers claim

Entering the workforce can kill off your sense of humour — and the damage is not undone until well after you retire — researchers have warned.

Business scholars from California surveyed over a million people to explore how they use levity in the workplace — and to see how our laughter changes with time.

They found that — as they strive to conform to the formal atmosphere of many offices — people typically end up laughing significantly less after the age of 23.

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