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Table 2 Gender differences in work characteristics, work-home interference, home-work interference and burnout prevalence

From: Work related characteristics, work-home and home-work interference and burnout among primary healthcare physicians: A gender perspective in a Serbian context

Variable Men Women Gender differences between levels of variables
  Percent (%) Percent (%) χ 2 df p
Workloada      
   Lowb (≤2.5) 34.5 26.4 1.58 1 .21
   High (> 2.5) 65.5 73.6    
Job controla      
   Low (≤2.5) 24.1 42.4 6.80 1 .01
   High (> 2.5) 75.9 57.6    
Work contenta      
   Low (≤2.5) 27.6 23.2 .51 1 .48
   High (> 2.5) 72.4 76.8    
Lack of social supporta      
   Low (≤2.5) 93.1 97.7 .31 1 .58
   High (> 3.5) 3.4 2.3    
Work-home interferencea      
   Low (≤3.5) 89.7 86.7 .39 1 .53
   High (> 3.5) 10.3 13.3    
Home-work interferencea      
   Low (≤3.5) 98.3 99 .27 1 .60
   High (> 3.5) 1.7 1    
Emotional exhaustionb      
   Low (0-1.12) 22.4 17.0 1.55 2 .46
   Medium (1.13-2.49) 36.2 33.7    
   High (> 2.50) 41.4 49.4    
Depersonalisationb      
   Low (0-.59) 48.3 55.4 7.72 2 .02
   Medium (.60-1.59) 46.6 30.1    
   High (> 1.60) 5.2 14.4    
Personal accomplishmentb      
   Low (0-3.70) 10.3 4.2 3.85 2 .15
   Medium (3.71-4.70) 15.5 17.3    
   High (> 4.71) 74.1 78.5    
  1. Bold font indicates significant results
  2. a Cut off points based on Houkes (2002) [36]
  3. b Cut off points based on Schaufeli & van Dierendonk (2000) [35]