New research suggests that those with a bad job early in life have a higher risk of health problems, including poor sleep and depression, reports the Daily Mail.

Now, new research suggests having a bad job in the early stages of your career has an impact on your health in later life.

Adults with low job satisfaction in their 20s and 30s have a higher chance of becoming depressed and having sleeping problems, scientists found.

They were also more likely to suffer from back pain and frequent colds as a result of their draining work as young adults.

Researchers from Ohio State University used data from 6,432 adults and examined their job satisfaction between the ages of 25 and 39.

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