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FIFO workers doubled risk of depression: older man in yellow hard hat looking wistful
More than a quarter of FIFO workers are experiencing high to very high psychological distress according to new research The new research, by Rural & Remote Mental Health in conjunction with Edith Cowan University and Orygen (The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health) showed 28% of such workers are experiencing these high levels

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