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Table 2 Individual-level variables

From: Explaining the disability paradox: a cross-sectional analysis of the Swiss general population

ICF Component Total  
Functioning   
  Perceived health  
  median (90%Q; 10%Q) 2.0 (3.0; 1.0)
  Pain mean (SD) 1.6 (1.4)
  At least one pain problem, n (%) 14,166 (75.8)
  Impairment, mean (SD) 1.4 (1.3)
  At least one impairment, n (%) 12,458 (70.6)
  A&P limitation, mean (SD) 0.4 (1.4)
  At least on A&P limitation, n (%) 2,941 (15.8)
Personal Factors   
  Age mean (SD) 49.6 (18.5)
  Male n (%) 8,424 (44.9)
Lifestyles   
  Alcohol in grams per day,  
  mean (SD) 9.2 (15.4)
  Current smokers, n (%) 5,091 (27.2)
  Low physical activity, n (%) 4,775 (25.5)
Socio-economic   
status   
  Paid employment, n (%) 11,497 (61.3)
  Years of formal education,  
  mean (SD) 13.0 (3.5)
  Income, mean (SD) 4,154.1 (3,058.6)
  Foreign origin of at  
  least one parent, n (%) 5,128 (28.7)
Environment   
  Social support, mean (SD) 3.3 (0.8)
  Social networks, mean (SD) 3.2 (1.2)
  Married, n (%) 9,539 (50.9)
  1. The table gives a description of all variables on the individual level in terms of mean and standard deviation (SD) or number of cases (n) and percent of sample (%). For perceived health we report the median and the 10% and 90% quantiles (Q).