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What does it mean when people ask "how old are you?" in the workplace?

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Answer #1 | 17/03 2017 19:18
It means, they wish to know your age, no more, no less. What they do with that information is different for all.
Answer #2 | 17/03 2017 21:12
It likely means you don't look your age based of physical features or the method you do your work.
Answer #3 | 17/03 2017 21:01
It could mean that they literally want to know your age. Or it could mean that you have done something so immature they are being sarcastic in suggesting that you are too young to be there.
Answer #4 | 19/03 2017 03:41
You look too old or too young.
Answer #5 | 19/03 2017 21:11
i'd just tell them over 21... it's really none of their business
Answer #6 | 17/03 2017 19:01
Generally it means they want to know how old you are.
Answer #7 | 17/03 2017 19:10
You must look young to them.
Answer #8 | 17/03 2017 19:03
It means they want to know how old you are.
Answer #9 | 17/03 2017 19:02
Literally, means how old are you.
Answer #10 | 17/03 2017 19:02
I'm going to take a wild guess that they ask because they want to know how old you are.
Answer #11 | 18/03 2017 16:20
it means they are nosey
Answer #12 | 18/03 2017 11:10
just say over 21. some people are brazen enough to ask when do you think you will retire, so you just need to say, I plan to work for many more years. people can be very thoughtless and too talkative
Answer #13 | 20/03 2017 19:12
It means they are being nosey.
Answer #14 | 20/03 2017 04:20
I noticed when I started work at 18, everyone asked me: how old are you? I guess it's because younger people stand out in a workplace full of people over 25.
Answer #15 | 22/04 2017 05:16
that they want to know how old you are?
Answer #16 | 17/04 2017 17:14
that they want to know how old you are?
Answer #17 | 27/03 2017 17:13
you look too old or too young...
Answer #18 | 04/04 2017 11:41
i'd just tell them over 21... it's really none of their business
Answer #19 | 18/03 2017 06:29
I'd just tell them over 21. It's really none of their business
Answer #20 | 18/03 2017 01:02
That they want to know how old you are?
Answer #21 | 17/03 2017 20:35
It means they want to know your great grandmother's shoe size. Naw...just means they are curious.
Answer #22 | 08/04 2017 04:18
literally, means how old are you...

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