People who work in sales are No. 10 on the list, though there are a whole host of reasons why the job could contribute to depression.
Many salespeople work on commission, meaning you never know exactly when your next paycheck is coming. They may travel, and have to spend time away from home, family, and friends.
If they work independently, benefits may also be limited.
"This uncertainty of income, tremendous pressure for results, and long hours" can make for a high-stress occupation, Legge says.
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