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Table 2 Logistic regression analysis Odds ratios (OR) and 95% confidence intervals (CI) for psychological distress at age 42 with peripheral employment score over 12 years as main exposure (the score is divided into no exposure, low exposure, medium exposure, high exposure) after adjustment for psychological distress age 30, sociodemographic variables, unemployment and out of labour market

From: Is the core-periphery labour market structure related to perceived health? findings of the Northern Swedish Cohort

Peripheral employment Women
  Model 0 Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
No exposure 1 1 1 1
Low exposure 1.93 (1.10-3.72) 1.69 (0.92-3.11) 1.46 (0.80-2.66) 1.35 (0.71-2.57)
Medium exposure 1.89 (1.06-3.77) 1.70 (0.90-3.20) 1.55 (0.85-2.83) 1.46 (0.76-2.78)
High exposure 2.49 (1.44-4.31) 1.79 (0.98-3.29) 1.88 (1.03-3.45) 1.42 (0.73-2.74)
p-value for trend 0.001 0.034 0.033 0.228
Nagelkerke R2 0.041 0.194 0.071 0.209
Peripheral employment Men
  Model 0 Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
No exposure 1 1 1 1
Low exposure 1.09 (0.59-2.00) 1.04 (0.54-1.97) 0.87 (0.46-1.66) 0.87 (0.45-1.71)
Medium exposure 1.70 (0.98-2.92) 1.44 (0.80-2.60) 1.47 (0.84-2.56) 1.27 (0.70-2.32)
High exposure 3.28 (1.86-5.79) 2.79 (1.52-5.14) 2.26 (1.21-4.22) 2.18 (1.14-4.20)
p-value for trend < 0.001 0.001 0.009 0.028
Nagelkerke R2 0.050 0.157 0.086 0.173
  1. Model 0 crude odds ratios
  2. Model 1 odds ratios adjusted for sociodemographic variables (socioeconomic position, marital status and parental status) and psychological distress at age 30
  3. Model 2 odds ratios adjusted for number of periods of unemployment and out of labour market
  4. Model 3 odds ratios adjusted for model 1+2