Working 9 hours a day can raise depression risk in women

Working for nine-plus hours a day could put women at higher risk of depression, but not men finds a study.

Women who worked extra long hours, more than 55 hours a week, had 7.3 per cent more depressive symptoms than women working a standard 35-40 hours a week.

However, the same was not the case in men, the study found.

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