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Table 6 Associations between the Components of Occupational Correlates and Smoking Behavior in Daily Smokers: Odds Ratios (ORs) and 95% Confidence Intervals (CIs) from Multilevel Logistic Regression Models among 2508 Blue-collar and Service Workers Employed in Hospitality Venues in Shenyang, China, 2008

From: Patterns of smoking and its association with psychosocial work conditions among blue-collar and service employees of hospitality venues in Shenyang, PR China

Characteristics N of participants N(%) of Daily smokers Odds ratios (95% CI) for daily smoking, adjusted for
    None A* B* C*
Job demands       
   Quartile 1 (L) 859 152(26.7) 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
   Quartile 2 455 103(18.1) 1.31(0.93-1.85) 1.65(1.11-2.45) 1.70(1.10-2.64) 1.66(1.07-2.57)
   Quartile 3 669 174(30.6) 1.38(1.02-1.86) 1.60(1.14-2.26) 1.55(1.06-2.27) 1.53(1.04-2.24)
   Quartile 4 (H) 513 140(24.6) 1.44(1.03-2.13) 1.71(1.17-2.50) 1.76(1.16-2.67) 1.72(1.13-2.61)
Job control       
   Quartile 4 (H) 494 55(9.7) 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
   Quartile 3 580 163(28.6) 2.61(1.79-3.80) 1.93(1.23-3.03) 2.11(1.32-3.37) 1.97(1.24-3.15)
   Quartile 2 626 146(25.7) 2.24(1.52-3.32) 1.63(1.02-2.61) 1.69(1.04-2.74) 1.54(0.95-2.50)
   Quartile 1 (L) 796 205(36.0) 3.31(2.24-4.89) 2.82(1.76-4.52) 2.77(1.71-4.50) 2.56(1.57-4.16)
Job strain       
   Relaxed jobs 455 66(11.6) 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
   Active jobs 575 108(19.0) 1.19(0.80-1.77) 1.25(0.78-2.02) 1.32(0.80-2.17) 1.31(0.81-2.16)
   Passive jobs 906 236(41.5) 1.97(1.38-2.82) 1.68(1.09-2.60) 2.10(1.33-3.32) 2.01(1.27-3.17)
   Strain jobs 560 159(27.9) 1.88(1.28-2.77) 1.78(1.11-2.84) 2.11(1.29-3.44) 2.09(1.28-3.41)
Job stability       
   Stable 615 95(15.4) 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
   Maybe stable 952 212(37.4) 1.77(1.29-2.43) 2.59(1.77-3.79) 2.58(1.73-3.83) 2.55(1.71-3.79)
   Unstable 929 232(46.2) 2.59(1.89-3.54) 3.65(2.50-5.35) 3.40(2.29-5.05) 3.38(2.27-5.04)
  1. Notes: A* odds ratios are adjusted for all demographic characteristics; B* in addition to demographic characteristics, odds ratios are adjusted for the interpersonal factors; C* odds ratios are adjusted for all background covariates; L = low; H = high.