A 2014 study highlighted the type of profession in which we work can be a risk factor for depression. People who work in public transit, real estate, or social work were more likely to develop depression. These industries require frequent or difficult interactions with the public or clients and have high levels of stress and low levels of physical activity that tend to be most susceptible to depression symptoms.

Below are the possible occupations with poor mental health (Summary):

1. Local/Intercity Passenger Transit
2. Real Estate
3. Social Services
4. Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industries
5. Personal Services
6. Legal Services
7. Environmental Quality/Housing
8. Membership Organizations
9. Security and Commodity Brokers
10. Printing and Publishing

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