Very few people want to waste their time talking to boring people who seem to have nothing interesting about them. Although, who is a truly and categorically "boring person" that people will undoubtedly avoid communicating with?
British psychologists and researchers from the Universities of Essex, Limerick, and the London School of Economics and Political Science have published an article describing their study about plain people. The study took place in several stages and had five hundred people participate.
According to the study, people generally find those who participate in banking, accounting, insurance, and data analytics boring. Cleaners are also considered to be dull too. The typical hobbies of a boring person are religion, sleeping, watching wildlife, watching TV, and, oddly enough, doing maths. According to the study participants, boring people live in small towns and avoid noisy metropolitan areas.
Psychologists have also found that people labeled "boring" risk developing addictions and mental disorders. In addition, these people are unwittingly subjected to ostracism - banished from social life and isolated when people simply refuse to communicate with a person they do not find interesting.
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