What do you do for a living? And what's your lifestyle like? Either, or both, could predict whether you're likely to be depressed.

That's according to a study from MentalHelp.net, "Depression Among Demographics and Professions," which examined data from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to uncover the prevalence of depression across age groups, work forces and other demographics. 

Industries most affected by depression covered a broad spectrum, although they had some factors in common — including "often thankless jobs in which workers experience some of the best (and worst) of society on a daily basis."

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