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Most people on earth will experience a traumatic episode in their lifetime. The severity of that trauma, how they live with that trauma, and what results from that trauma will differ. A minority will fully develop a diagnosable case of PTSD, post traumatic stress disorder. Most others will live their lives trying to cope with the trauma they have experienced. For some, coping will be effortless and the impact of the trauma will be minimal. For others, coping will be incredibly challenging and the impact of trauma will affect their health of mind, body, and spirit. Trauma can manifest through addictions, self-sabotaging behaviors, and mental illnesses like depression.

Treatment for trauma helps people find the source of their suffering, heal, and create healthy mechanisms for living successfully. Making a plan to return to work or find a new career is part of recovery for most people. Choosing the right career or job path should include taking risks into consideration, like if a job has a high rate of depression.

The most recent data available for jobs with the highest rates of depression comes from 2014, published in Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epistemology. Industries with the highest rates of depression included, in descending order:

Public TransitReal EstateSocial ServicesManufacturingPersonal ServicesLegal ServicePublishing

Industries with the lowest rates of depression included, in ascending order:

Recreation Services (sports, fitness, and performing-arts industries)Highway ConstructionCoal MiningMetallurgyAir Travel

Choosing a job with a high rate of depression in recovery from trauma might not be a suitable idea. Recovery is about protecting your wellness in mind, body, and spirit. After living with untreated and unresolved trauma for so long, spending time and energy in a profession prone to creating depression is not necessary. This is your time to learn to live your best life.

Let The Guest House Ocala take you there. Specializing in residential treatment for traumas, addictions, and related mental health issues, our programs are designed to initiate healing for a lifetime. Customized with a concierge level of care, each client is treated for their specific needs and experiences. Call us today for information: 1-855-483-7800