Feel burned out from your job? You probably are, and in worse ways than you thought.

A new study finds working long hours substantially increases a person's risk of becoming depressed. And it doesn't matter how stressful the actual work is. Or if you have support in the workplace. Or if alcohol or substance abuse is involved. Bottom line: Working a lot makes you depressed.

And, not surprisingly, the longer you work, the more depressed you get.

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