Two-thirds of women believe the older they are, the more confident they'll be

A new survey of 2,000 American women aged 30 and older examined the changes in respondents' self-confidence throughout their lives, and it revealed two-thirds (63%) believe the older they are, the more confident they'll be. For women whose confidence increases with age, 63% said this is a result of caring less about what others think — with the average woman feeling most comfortable in her skin at age 32.

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