Medical specialists employed at nursing homes and those who treat children are the most likely workers to report major episodes of depression (not just people who hate their jobs), according to a new study by Health magazine.
The rest of the top 10 professions, in order: food service worker, social worker, health care worker, artist/entertainer, teacher, administrative support staff, maintenance worker, financial advisor/accountant and salespeople.
Note: Though it isn’t included in the list, the highest rates of depression (13%) came from the unemployed.
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