Most of us have been at our jobs here in Texas and felt depressed or unhappy and wanted to leave. Hopefully this isn’t all the time or else it’s time to start looking into a new job, but on occasion it’s going to happen. Whether it’s a rude coworker or customer you’re dealing with, or maybe you’re just having a bad day. It happens to all of us. But there are certain occupations that are known to be more depressing than others, let’s take a look at some of the most depressing jobs in the state of Texas. 

Get our free mobile app

My own personal experience with a depressing job is one that I will never forget. I was working as a delivery person with rent-to-own furniture. It was the holiday time and about two weeks before Christmas I was told by my bosses that I needed to go repossess furniture that had gone unpaid for weeks. Upon arrival I found out I had to repossess a kid's bed, right before Christmas. I did was I was instructed to do at the time and gave my notice the very next day. I couldn’t do that job ever again. 

Try to Find a Solution

If you’re in a career that truly makes you unhappy it’s time to make a change so you can enjoy more of your life. Work isn’t always fun, but it shouldn’t be depressing either.  

Let’s Look at the Most Depressing Jobs 

Here is a look at the most depressing jobs according to ALot.com, hopefully your job isn’t on this list. 

15 Most Depressing Jobs

Here is a look at some of the most depressing jobs, hopefully your occupation didn't make this list.

Gallery Credit: Billy Jenkins

The 30 Most Depressing Country Songs Ever, Ranked

Country songs can be sad, angry, dark or tragic, but nothing beats these 30 tunes for sheer bleakness. The difference? Artists sing these songs from the perspective of people who've got no hope left — at least, it feels like it — and the results are downright depressing.

Gallery Credit: Carena Liptak

More From 101.5 KNUE