(CNN)--Working moms are less likely to show symptoms of depression, than moms who stay at home.
That's according to a new study done by a grad student at the University of Washington.
But researchers also found women who thought juggling work and kids would be easy are more likely to be depressed, than woman who thought it'd be hard.
The researchers looked at how women in their 20s answered a government survey and then checked them for depression in their 40s.
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