Overall, 8.6% of participants had been depressed in the past year. They include:
7% of full-time workers
9.3% of part-time workers
12.7% of unemployed people
12.7% of retirees, homemakers, disabled people, and others not in the paid workforce . . .
Depressed full-time workers tended to be young (18-25) [ed. who have the lowest average pay]. Depression was more commonly reported by women [ed. who get paid less] than men. . . .
Personal care and service: 10.8%
Food preparation and serving: 10.3%
Community/social services and health care: 9.6%
Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media: 9.1%
Education, training, and library: 8.7%
Office and administrative support: 8.1%
Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance: 7.3%
Financial and sales: 6.7%
Legal and transportation: 6.4%
Mathematical and computer scientists: 6.2%
Farming, fishing, and forestry: 5.6%
Protective service (includes police and firefighters): 5.5%
Installation, maintenance, repair, sciences: 4.4%
Engineering, architecture, and surveyors: 4.3%
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