YOUNG, single and better-educated women in Hong Kong are more likely to be depressed than older females, according to a report on women's health. The Family Planning Association report was compiled from a survey of 1,183 females between 15 and 60 in June 1992. They were asked about their daily life and habits, and physical, psychological and special health problems. More than half of the employed women surveyed said work was the key factor affecting their moods. Housewives slept more than women with outside jobs, but were less able to sleep well. Hong Kong women had an average of 3.2 hours' leisure time per day, but that fell to two hours or less for 37 per cent of those surveyed. Professionals, executives, traders and blue-collar workers were found to have less leisure time than other occupational groups. Having dinner or gathering with family members who did not live together was the most popular leisure activity, followed by shopping. Only four per cent of women surveyed smoked cigarettes and seven per cent drank alcohol.