Over the Hill
I’m turning 33 soon.
That’s for baseball. In other professions, the peak differs. Physicists peak at 40. Everyone is repeating “10000 hours until mastery (40 hrs/week for 5 years)” since Malcom Gladwell, but this is apparently backed by some research. Since some tasks are shallower than others, I imagine that they would need less time to become e.g. 99% as effective as at the peak. Is the time until peak really stable across disciplines? Found via Craig Heldreth.