This Generation Has the Gloomiest Outlook on Retirement
Twitter has erupted into a furious debate over the definition of middle aged.
Age is just a number, the saying goes – which is true but not entirely accurate. Age is at least two numbers: your chronological age and your biological age.
Your chronological age is the number of candles you blow out each year. Biological age, also known as physiological age, is a feeling – or some may argue a science – determined by lifestyle factors such as diet, exercise and sleeping habits.
So, what is considered middle aged?
It depends on who you ask, as it's mostly subjective – but perhaps don't ask a Gen Zer if you're over 25.