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Table 5 Predicting new cases of poor or moderate work ability

From: Effort-reward imbalance and work ability: cross-sectional and longitudinal findings from the Second German Sociomedical Panel of Employees

  Crude associations Model 2.1 Model 2.2 Model 2.3
  OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR  
Gender: female 1.169 (0.705; 1.938) 1.130 (0.658; 1.942) 1.291 (0.742; 2.246) 1.238 (0.707; 2.170)
Age 1.045 (0.986; 1.108) 1.056 (0.993; 1.124) 1.058 (0.993; 1.127) 1.072* (1.004; 1.144)
Low educational level 1.658* (1.008; 2.728) 1.577 (0.931; 2.672) 1.543 (0.907; 2.624) 1.640 (0.943; 2.852)
Health-related behaviour 0.686** (0.524; 0.898)    0.678** (0.511; 0.901) 0.678** (0.507; 0.905)
Physical demands 1.141 (0.993; 1.312)      1.007 (0.856; 1.185)
Psychological job demands 1.673*** (1.268; 2.207)      1.438* (1.017; 2.033)
Job control 0.565** (0.383; 0.834)      0.590* (0.391; 0.892)
ERI: ER ratio > 1 3.197*** (1.800; 5.678) 3.374*** (1.881; 6.051) 3.334*** (1.852; 6.002) 2.093* (1.047; 4.183)
N-R2    0.063   0.084   0.117  
  1. n = 600; ERI, effort-reward imbalance; ER ratio, effort-reward ratio; OR, odds ratio; CI, confidence interval; N-R2, Nagelkerke-R2; *** p < 0.001; ** p < 0.01; * p < 0.05.