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Age affects our learning. This is because as we age, our brains also tend to age in that a person starts experiencing memory impairment where he or she forgets what he has learnt. Read more at http://people.duke.edu/~kem2/cps1/Massari.htm.

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Depending on which employment sector you choose to undertake, age could be a deciding factor leading to you getting hired.

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Age affects learning only if you stop learning. Age does affect memory if I remember correctly. ; )

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I guess it depends on the "age" you are referring to. I'm 60 and I'm still learning all the time!!!

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Humans are a species that are always learning, but the first few years after birth are when the most learning is done.

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