A high level of education increases the risk of mental illness, especially when education is unclaimed at work. People whose level of education is higher than required by their job, sooner or later will face the apathy and even depression, according to doctors.
The study, which interviewed 16 of thousands of people from 21 countries found that mental health problems in varying degrees, occurred most often in 25-30 years, received a good education, which was of little use at work.
The main reason for it is that at a high level of knowledge people find their work boring and uninteresting. The skills learned at the Institute are unnecessary in practice, and the range of solvable at work tasks is very limited.
Such people usually relied on support from colleagues, which in fact was not. In addition, there are cases when quality education is not given the opportunity to work on prestigious positions.
Earlier it has been proved that such problems do people with low levels of education. We can conclude that mental disorders can catch both high and low educated people in employment.